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Bloomberg leaks fresh list of iPhone 11 features

The triple-cam setup on the back appears to be the only design change on the new iPhone 11 models. (Source: AppleSfera)
The triple-cam setup on the back appears to be the only design change on the new iPhone 11 models. (Source: AppleSfera)
Analysts say that the iPhone 11 models look very similar to last year's models, as Apple decided to keep the same screen sizes and notches. There are, however, new features like the Matrix co-processor, AI-assisted triple-cam setup on the back with ultra-wide-angle sensor, multi-angle Face ID, sturdier front and back glass layers and improved water resistance.

The latest round of iPhone 11 spec leaks comes from reputable news outlet Bloomberg, based on information provided by market analysts Mark Gurman and Debby Wu. By the looks of it, this year's iPhone models will not get any drastic design changes, as Apple is said to be keeping the same screen sizes and notches, but there are quite a few new features under the hood. There should also be new naming schemes involving iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max models as the successors for the iPhone XS and XS Max, respectively.

First off, the A13 Bionic SoC will be getting a new Matrix (AMX) co-processor that is supposed to handle more demanding tasks like augmented reality apps and minor AI-related loads. The Bloomberg report confirms the existence of the triple-cam setup on the back, with a third cam that features an ultra-wide-angle lens. All three sensors will be aided by AI algorithms in order to correct cut out subjects from images or improve low-light shots. Apple might also increase the MP count on the main rear shooter, and the analysts expect improved video recording capabilities akin to DSLR cameras.

Other features include advanced multi-angle Face ID, more durable glass layers on front and back, and improved water resistance. Apple might also add 3,500 mAh batteries with reverse wireless charging and an 18-watt charger in the default accessory package.


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Bogdan Solca, 2019-08-23 (Update: 2019-08-23)