iPhone 11R to launch on September 10 with a dual camera setup
The majority of smartphone manufacturers already launched their flagship devices for 2019. Even so, there still are companies waiting to deliver their handsets of the year. One of them is Apple, naturally. The tech giant is expected to launch three new handsets in the fall. It’s not quite clear what their official names will be, but we might see the iPhone 11R, the iPhone Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. As their names suggest, the iPhone 11R will be the company’s base model this year. Just like the iPhone XR of last year, the 11R could be a more budget-friendly device while the other two will mainly focus on power and will be more expensive. Apple could launch all its new devices on September 10.
Due to some previous leaks, we do know that the iPhone 11R will have a square-shaped camera setup on the back, housing two lenses instead of the single camera present on the previous model. There will highly likely be two 12MP sensors on the device and knowing the image quality offered by iPhone cameras, they will probably be able to capture amazing images. The front-facing camera could also get a boost and sport a 12MP lens as well.
A new, larger battery could also be sported by the iPhone 11R. The increase in the battery size will most likely not be a huge one, however, the battery life of the 2018 iPhones was already quite impressive. Any increase will only make the device even better. Also, rumor has it that the new model will support fast charging, which is really good news.
Just like all the other iPhones, the 2019 models will definitely house new-generation processors. The A13 chipset is in line and it will certainly power the brand new iPhone 11R. The iOS 13 will also be a novelty but it isn’t a surprise either. There is no info regarding the memory of the device, but it is rumored to come in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB variants. As for the colors, lavender purple might be a new addition to the lineup of color variants, as well as the green color. There is no news yet regarding the pricing of the handset. Given the fact that there will be no major overhaul, it’s safe to assume that the price will be somewhere in the vicinity of the one of the previous model. This makes us expect prices starting at $750.