Apple is expected to launch three successor iPhones: iPhone XI, the iPhone XI Max and the iPhone XR 2019 to the predecessor iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR in 2019 around September end or October beginning similar to last two years. The latest leak and rumour has revealed about the specification of iPhone XR 2019, the successor to iPhone XR. The rumour is that the new iPhone XR will come with a longer lasting battery compared to predecessor.
A South Korean publication has leaked that the new iPhone XR 2019 will have a 5% bigger battery than the iPhone XR. The iPhone XR which was launched in 2018 had a battery life of 2,942mAh and the coming iPhone XR is expected to be increased to 3,110mAh battery. According to the report, a Chinese company named Amperex Technology Limited (ATL) has been allotted to make the batteries and it has already started the production of these batteries in bulk.
However no hint has been given to the production of batteries of the other two higher models. May be, Apple is yet to give its final touches to these two batteries.
iPhone XR 2019 is likely to be powered by Apple’s new second-gen 7nm Apple A13 chipset and run on iOS 13. The iPhone XR is expected to come with two cameras at the back unlike the single rear camera of the existing iPhone XR, of which one will be a telephoto lens in addition to a wide angle lens. Speaking about cameras, it can be informed that, the other two higher models iPhone XI and XI Max will come with triple camera setups in the rear. Apart from the camera change, it is speculated that there won’t be much changes in the overall design. It will mostly come in a 6.1-inch LCD screen, same as the screen of its predecessor.
iPhone XR comes in six shades – black, white, yellow, coral, blue and PRODUCT (RED). However, rumours are coming that in the new iPhone XR , Apple may simplify its colour palette by offering just four colours instead of six – black, grey, gold and PRODUCT (RED).
The iPhone XR 2019 model is expected to be priced around Rs 71,990 (roughly $1036). To know more about the full and final features of the upcoming iPhones, e will have to wait till September, when Apple will officially unveil the iPhone range.