As we approach the long-awaited fall iPhone launch event, Bloomberg has revealed some details about what to expect from the hardware line. Apparently, the three new iPhones will include a third additional lens, and the camera module itself will be square, with a triangular arrangement of photosensors. The third ultra-wide angle lens will be integrated only in the most expensive iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, which will also be equipped with improved OLED displays. The regular iPhone 11 (XR) will receive only a dual camera and a green body color as an additional option.
The iPhone 11 Pro camera software will take three simultaneous shots and combine them into a higher resolution image using supersampling methods that "compete with traditional cameras." Apple also worked to improve performance in low light, which has been a problem for many years, while phones in the Android camp, such as the Google Pixel and Galaxy Note 10, have achieved unprecedented success in night shooting. Another noteworthy feature will be the ability to adjust the cropping of the image after shooting.
Smartphones will also have an upgraded Face ID system, a three-dimensional face scan sensor for unlocking the device. In addition, the water resistance of devices will increase, as well as a more powerful A13 processor. 3D Touch technology will be replaced by Haptic Touch – similar to the iPhone XR, and the iPhone 11 Pro will have reverse wireless charging, similar to Samsung Galaxy S10 technology.
The three new iPhone on the front side and in size will look almost identical to the iPhone XS, XR and XS Max, but will have increased water resistance. Apple has also changed some options for the color scheme of the cases to get a matte finish. Safety glass will be more resistant to damage. At the same time, Bloomberg notes that the new models will not support fifth-generation (5G) mobile communications.
Despite the fact that Apple introduced the new iPad in the spring, the company will announce another tablet model. There will be some changes in the Apple iPad family: Apple will release an entry-level 9.7-inch iPad in favor of 10.2-inch models. Pro models will be 11-inch and 12.9-inch with a design similar to the previous generation, and, according to the source, will be equipped with upgraded camera modules and processors.
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As for the MacBook Pro with a 16-inch screen, it will "become the largest in the line" of laptops of the company, the agency emphasizes. In addition, Apple plans to release a new HomePod smart column, the latest model of which is "not selling well due to the high cost of the gadget at $ 350." It is reported that the new model will be priced at $ 200.
The Apple Watch will also undergo upgrades, but it is not yet clear whether this is a generational leap or just an extension of the current Series 4. The focus will be on WatchOS 6 software, and we will have new ceramic and titanium watches Apple Watch.