Those sources told the site A13 went into test production in April and could be ready for mass production by the end of May.More news: Pokémon Detective Pikachu Shocks The Competition In Its Opening Weekend
According to insiders, Apple will keep its release cycle from past year by delivering two high-end successors to the XS and XS Max as well as an updated XR. The chip is expected to use TSMC's second-generation 7nm process, the first to use extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography.
Apple should be able to create more distance between the iPhone 11 and the rest of the Android field with the new A13 chip, but it's not clear from the report what sort of capabilities it will have. According to early reports, it seems the new models will feature the new A13 processor, boosting performance and increasing battery life. Apple is also said to be working on an autocorrect feature that will fit people back into an image if they've been cut out accidentally.More news: Can Liverpool hope for a Premier League miracle?
However, there's one persistent rumor about Apple's next iPhone that seems to be more solid than most, with repeated leaks suggesting a triple-lens iPhone 11 is looking very likely - although the buzz around the design hasn't been exactly glowing, with the square camera layout's large size dividing Apple fans.
2019 will be the last year when we get an LCD iPhone, so Apple might either retire the iPhone XR next year or switch it to OLED as well beginning with the 2020 generation. Like with the existing iPhone XS, that second camera is expected to be an optical zoom lens. The successor to the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max will have a three-camera setup while the successor to the iPhone XR will have a dual-camera setup.More news: Predator: Hunting Ground Is A New Sony First Party Exclusive