Published: Wed, April 10, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

2019 iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max to feature triple cameras

2019 iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max to feature triple cameras

According to a new report, Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup could be markedly different from its 2018 models. However, the "plus-sized" iPhone 11 will stick to 6.5-inches, as its predecessor did.

The first OLED model is said to have a 6.1-inch display and be 0.15mm thicker than the iPhone XS, but the camera bump will be reduced by 0.05mm. Since iPhones are traditionally a little thick and heavy, this could be a noticeable design change.

The reason behind these two new models would allegedly be, according to the report, the adoption of the triple-camera setup we've seen leaked over the past couple of weeks and months. Apple is reportedly working on an iPhone SE successor which will be named as iPhone XE.

It's also claimed the two OLED models will feature reverse wireless charging like the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Huawei P30 Pro. Would you buy a 4.8-inch iPhone with OLED display at $600?


As far as the larger model is concerned, it would be about 0.4mm thicker than the iPhone Xs Max, but the camera hump might be narrowed by 0.25mm.

The latest report from Japanese blog Macotakara has shared some insights regarding the display sizes of the upcoming iPhones line-up that feature the new triple camera setup.

As per the report, the triple rear camera module for the iPhones 2019 will come with a larger camera while the sensor size will also be bigger in comparison to the iPhone XR. Besides the dimensions, the report also throws light on the charging port of the upcoming iPhones. The iPhone XIR is likely to come with liquid retina or LCD panel and is expected to be priced slightly lower than the iPhone XIS. As we know, Apple supported fast charging since the iPhone 8 but continued to include an old-fashioned USB Type-A cable and 5W charger for their smartphones.

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