Upcoming iPhone To Feature Reverse Wireless Charging

Upcoming iPhone To Feature Reverse Wireless Charging

The iPhone is one of several Apple devices that include custom processors.

TechNewsWatch's big news is that the new A13 processor will enter mass production this month and the producer will be Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing. TSMC began early testing and production phase of the Apple A13 chip in April and plans to mass-produce this month.

While the design of these new iPhones will remain the same, Apple has included an extra camera on the back. On the basis of chip performance, iPhone rivals with Android's flagship phones. TSMC spokeswoman Elizabeth Sun also declined to comment.

In-house chip design has proved to be a key strength when it comes to iOS devices over the years. The company designs similar parts for the Apple Watch, Apple TV, AirPods and HomePod. The reports further mention that there could be around three new iPhone models this year as we already saw before.

Apple claims traditional processors do not provide better customization including the image and voice processing. Likely three iPhones, which are technically the successors to the current iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR models will be featuring this new A13 Bionic chipset.

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Mac Otakara created a short video to simulate how the new iPhone XR would look like in these colors.

Apple is widely expected to continue its three smartphone launches this year as well with two iPhone XI smartphones and next-gen iPhone XR.

The third camera from iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will be an ultra-wide-angle lens, which will allow you to get a broader range of zoom. In addition, the iPhone maker is said to be working on an auto-correction feature that is supposed to fit people back into a photo. Also, the dual-lens rear camera system from the next iPhone XR, which came within a square camera bump.

Finally, Bloomberg reports that the upcoming XS and XS Max successors will be "about half a millimeter thicker" than their predecessors, and confirms that the camera array will be contained in a small square in the top left.

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