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Here’s what you can expect from the new iPhone 11

After the great success of the iPhone X series, Apple is all set to introduce three new variants of iPhone this fall. It is expected that the phones will be launched as “iPhone XI” instead of iPhone 11. The upcoming product will include a budget-friendly successor to the iPhone XR, a midrange flagship successor to the iPhone XS, the premium-priced, supersized model similar to iPhone XS Max. There are reports that the top variants of iPhone 11 will be marketed as iPhone 11 “pro”.

Design and specifications
One of the biggest changes that mobile geeks and iPhone lovers are speculating is the camera upgrade of the iPhone 11. It is expected that the top-of-the-line iPhone variants will have a triple camera system. The three-rear-facing lenses will have a greater capacity for wide-angle shots and are intended to give a tough competition to other multi-camera phones such as Samsung and Huawei.

Another feature that might be available in iPhone 11 is the bilateral charging. You may not have to rely on third-party wireless chargers to power up the iPhones and AirPods. It will also allow power-sharing so that you can charge other devices using your iPhone. Apple’s A12 Bionic chip, which powers the iPhone X, is more powerful than most processors used in the best Android phones. However, A12X chip present in iPad Pros or the newer chipset, A13 Bionic chip might power the latest iPhone. It is almost certain that the new iPhones will not support 5G connectivity as Apple tends to wait until the technology becomes ubiquitous. You might also not be able to see any major design changes in the new iPhone. It is expected that the company will maintain its design which was introduced with the iPhone X in 2017.

Release date and price
Amidst all the speculations regarding its specifications, the new iPhone 11 is all set to be launched in the second week of September. Like all its previous releases, Apple will also roll out its pre-order and official sale dates. You can pre-order iPhone 11 from Apple’s official website and buy it from the major carriers across the country. Looking at the pricing trend of the iPhones launched over the years, the latest iPhone can be one of the most expensive iPhones yet. The three variants can be priced anywhere between $900 to $1200.

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