The iPhone 11 series will get Wi-Fi 6, according to the latest leak
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The tipster Xiaomishka has laid claim to a slew of new possible details on the next round of iPhones. These devices are predicted to be called the 11 series, consisting of the 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. They may succeed the XR, XS and XS Max respectively.
The new leak asserts that each of these putative next-generation Apple devices will also have the exact same screen as its predecessor. This extends to a reproduction of the same resolutions (1792 x 828 for the 11 with a pixel density (or PPI) of 326; 2346 x 1125 and 458 PPI in the 11 Pro and 2688 x 1242 and the same PPI in the Pro Max), suggesting that old iPhone screen protectors might still be of use with these devices.
However, they will have a different processor, as they will all apparently move on to the new Apple A13 SoC. This silicon is now projected to drive 4GB of RAM in the 11 and 6GB in the 11 Pro and Pro Max. Their respective internal storage options were not covered in this new post, however.
Xiaomishka now also predicts 12MP selfie cameras and Face ID for each of these new devices. All in all, should this new leak prove accurate, it seems there are very few obvious upgrades in the iPhones of this year. On the other hand, the content in question (which is in Chinese) does indicate that all of these prospective iPhones will step up to the latest Wi-Fi standard.
It has also been interpreted to state that each new device as specified will have reverse wireless charging, and that the 11 Pro and Pro Max will have the triple cameras hinted at in earlier reports. However, it was not equipped to either confirm or deny the potentially polarizing square module with large circular apertures for these sensors seen in previous renders.
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