The 2019 iPhone XR could come in two new colors

The iPhone is one of several Apple devices that include custom processors

The iPhone is one of several Apple devices that include custom processors

The iPhone XR will manage to have a telephoto zoom because of its second camera. The top-end iPhone 11 is expected to come with three rear cameras that are housed in a new square camera bump. We're expecting the next-generation iPhone XR - maybe called iPhone XR2 - to incorporate a dual-lens camera as the more expensive iPhone XS will move up the scale to include a triple lens arrangement.

This camera design isn't really cool like the previous iPhone camera designs.

As per TechNewsWatch, there is a report stating that all iPhone models released in 2019 will be equipped with A13 processor already in production of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. Pictured: General view of customers at the Apple Covent Garden re-opening and iPhone XR launch at Apple store, Covent Garden on October 26, 2018 in London, England. Since April, they have started the early test production and the mass production could start this month.

A report published by Bloomberg has confirmed that TSMC has started production of Apple's new A13 chipset for 2019 iPhones.

The third camera on the high-end models will have an ultra-wide-angle lens to produce larger and more detailed photos.

It goes without saying that Apple has remained tight-lipped on this change, but if it indeed happens, it's a clear indication that green coral and blue versions of the iPhone XR aren't selling necessarily as good as anticipated. It will also enable a broader range of zoom. There will also be an auto-correction feature in which people who were accidentally cut out from a photo can be added back into it. Likewise, the camera will be upgraded to a square size.

Another feature coming to the 2019 iPhones is power sharing which will allow Apple users to wirelessly charge accessories like the latest gen AirPods or other devices similar to the Huawei and Samsung flagships.

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