5 things we'd like to see from the next iPhone release

Doris Richards
May 18, 2019

The analysts believe that the 25 percent tariff could lead to a 14 percent price hike for the iPhone, which means that the base model, which is now priced at $999 in the United States, could end up being sold for almost $1,150.

Today, two new sets of iPhone 11 case renders have landed online, offering even more evidence that Apple will indeed go through with the controversial rear camera design. Gurman also pointed out that the new color options of the next iPhone XR model were first reported by Japanese Apple-dedicated blog Mac Otakara (via MacRumors ). With Apple adding it, the brand hopes for mass adoption of this feature and it could be used to wirelessly charge the recently released Apple AirPods 2.

The new three iPhone models will be looking more like the current one but with additional features. The new features of these models are rumoured to have a number of awesome features.


For those hoping that Apple will alter the design of their trio of 2019 iPhones, here's some bad news for you as the iPhone 11 family will look similar to the two-year-old design of the iPhone X, at least from the front.

The 2019 version of the iPhone XR will likely come in two new color options. The iPhone XR is one of the best smartphones around, and it's arguably better than the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

The upcoming iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be half a millimetre thick. Don't Miss: Amazon forgot to end a sale that slashes the Echo Dot to its lowest price ever We won't dive back into all of the leaks we've seen so far, but here's a quick refresher: Image Source: Hasan Kaymak Apple's new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max are expected to look nearly exactly like the concept phone shown in the render above and at the top of this post. The second rear camera of the iPhone XR is also for better zooming experience. Well, it's exciting to see what new models will bring for the users.

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