Apple’s iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max Launched

Apple’s September launch event will never be complete without the new iPhones. The company has released the much anticipated iPhone 11 variants – The iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The smartphone launch was followed by the unveiling of the new iPad and the new Apple Watch Series 5. Read More

Apple Pencil To Be A Part Of iPhone 11

Based on new reports, Apple’s iPhone 11 models will support Apple Pencil, the wireless stylus by the company that’s originally used with the iPad. This comes after another report which said that the iPhone 11 will come with the A13 chip. Surely there are going to be some big changes in the upcoming iPhones and we have only scratched the surface so far. Read More

Leaked Render Video Gives A Glimpse Of iPhone XI

A new render video made by Cashkaro.com shows how the upcoming iPhone XI will look like and the best part is that you can check out the concept for this smartphone from all sides. This means that you can see the front, the back and every corner in detail. The render really looks slick and the triple camera setup completely stands out. Read More

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New Leak Shows iPhone 11 With A Square Triple Camera Setup

A new leak by Japanese site Macotakara claims that Apple is developing iPhone 11 with a square shaped triple lens camera setup. The site seems to have reportedly confirmed this with Apple’s supply chain who said that the rumour is true. We have seen a few renders of the iPhone 11 in the past few months, but nothing comes close to this latest leak. Read More

iPhone 2019 Is Expected To Come With A 10MP Selfie Camera

Apple is planning to boost the front camera on the iPhone 2019 from the current 7 Mega Pixels to 10 Mega Pixels. This could be a good sign for things to come from the company and keep the overall standards high with the iPhone. Everyone who owns an iPhone loves clicking a selfie and this camera upgrade will certainly have an impact with the image quality and pack more resolutions than before. Read More