The new iPhone XR, XS and XS Max have been available for just over three months and details about their successor, the iPhone Xi, are already being shared. The current generation of Apple smartphones is quite continuous , it doesn’t bring any big changes compared to the tenth anniversary terminal (only the XS with its big 6.5 inch screen). That’s why users are looking forward to seeing what Apple has in store for us by early September 2019.
Some rumors suggest that the iPhone XI will have three rear cameras and with an arrangement of these very similar to that of the Huawei Mate 20. Others claim that it will come without 5G but with Wi-Fi 6 and new Face ID. Even some supposed images have been filtered with the final design that the device will have (whose rear cameras remind the LG G6).
But the information about the iPhone XI does not stop, and is more than interesting. New details state that Apple’s next smartphone will have a large 4,000mAh battery , a great advance considering that their smartphones have never been known to have a great autonomy.
In addition, you would have the possibility of taking pictures in three magnifications without losing image quality (3x telephoto) . Specifically, the photographic section of the iPhone XI would be composed of three rear cameras: a wide-angle, a super wide-angle and a 3x telephoto lens. It would be very similar to what is offered by other rivals such as the Huawei P20 Pro.
In addition, supports 15W wireless charging , allowing the iPhone XI to recharge its battery without cables in much less time. This rumor makes sense considering that its battery would be 4,000mAh.
Last but not least, it refers to the screen. Some sources believe that Apple will reduce the size of the notch, which is very likely and not at all crazy, but that’s not all. The iPhone XI would win a panel with 120Hz of ProMotion , the same as the iPad Pro. All these details have been published on the Chinese social network Sina Weibo, the Twitter version for the Asian country, by the user C Technology and have been collected by the digital media MacRumors.
To give you an idea of the difference between a 120Hz and 60Hz screen we leave you this video:
Another thing we would like to see is the arrival of the USB-C to replace the Lightning, although this may not happen in this generation. However, there is hope, as the latest iPad Pro integrates it, which is a good sign.