Apple is reportedly working on its next iPhone, said to be the Apple iPhone 11.
Expectedly, as in all things Apple and all things iPhone, the rumours have been flying all over the place, with iPhone enthusiasts sharing data on what the next iPhone will look like
From a revolutionary tri-camera design to hidden scanners, foldable design, to a bionic A13 chip, the features of the new iPhone, so far rumoured, are enough to get anyone angling to lay their hands on Apple’s next flagship.
For iPhone devotees, one thing can at least be confirmed right away, which is that Apple’s next flagship will be revolutionary and will supersede Apple’s immediate past models – the iPhone XS and iPhone XR.
Now this brings us to the name of the next iPhone. What, exactly, will be the name? “X” in the aforementioned models stand for “10,” so iPhone fans and analysts speculate the next iPhone model will be the iPhone 11.
The iPhone 11 is expected to come with a bionic A13 chip and superior processing power than the iPhone XS and iPhone XR. Apple has a policy of upgrading it’s A chips each year, and expectations are based on this policy.
We are already in the era of tri-camera phones, as you well know. And analysts speculate that the iPhone 11 will come with a tri-camera as well.
Mobile phone analyst Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities would tell The Sun “This next phone will all be about triple rear-camera capabilities, with enhanced optical lens capabilities a major selling point.”
It is also speculated the iPhone 11 will come with an under-screen fingerprint scanner, available only in specific regions. Some analyst add a foldable design in the mix.
It has been said that Apple products are not for the poor. Spoken as a jest or even in earnest, the reality is that Apple products don’t come cheap. And even Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities have spoken, to The Sun, of Apple’s “pricing hubris.”
But really, how much will the next iPhone cost? Analyst speculate that with iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max selling for £999 to £1,449, the iPhone 11 might cost a little higher.
The price of both models had been described as ludicrous – as in much too high, and Apple had faced criticism over the pricing. With the iPhone 11 expected to sell for much higher, it seems the criticisms might be dropping like arrows of rain on Apple Inc.
The iPhone 11 is expected to drop in September, early second week.