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iPhones in 2019: triple camera, better Face ID, USB-C, larger battery and more?

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Apple has clear plans for the upcoming iPhones this year. So one should plan that one can charge other smartphones with the iPhone in the future. In addition, you probably have your clear opinion about USB-C.

Besides the plans too AirPods, upcoming iPads and new Macs and MacBooks in 2019 there are even more. As opposed to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo MacRumors reported, a lot has been planned for the iPhones this year as well. In terms of display size, there should be models starting from 5,8 inches and 6,5 inches with an OLED panel up to a model with 6,1 inches and an LCD panel. The width of the notch should probably not change.

More memory and yet Lightning instead of USB-C?

The successor (s) of the iPhone XS should probably be increased to four gigabytes of RAM. While one with the latest iPad Pro If you rely on the future-proof USB-C (Thunderbolt), you should probably continue to use a Lightning connector on the iPhones this year. The camera on the back is also to be upgraded from two lenses to a triple camera. Here you should probably rely on the combination of wide-angle, telephoto, and ultra-wide-angle lenses.

Finally, there should be improvements in the GPS positioning - for a more precise position determination indoors. You should also work on a faster and even more secure Face ID, while you also want to top up the battery in all future models. So it remains exciting.

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