Apple hasn’t confirmed yet anything about the release of a new device, the iPhone 11, although numerous rumors are going around about it. However, if the unveiling of the iOS 13 during the 2019 WWDC is a sign, then we already know that the company has something in store.
What it is known so far based on the iOS 13 reveal last Monday is that the iPhones are getting a software update that includes the Dark Mode, new photo features, upgraded map, and customizable Memoji avatars, as well as many other enhances. However, if we look at these optimizations, there are not that exciting for an iPhone fan.
But knowing that the Cupertino company keeps to themselves the significant confirmations until its time to reveal, people would need to wait until September. Why September? Apple has never failed to bring a new iPhone for the last years, all in September.
On the other hand, based on what Apple kept for itself concerning iOS 13, there are still some hints to take into account what to expect from the next iOS phone. As said by CNET, first to be announced is an iPhone with potential enhancement in zoom capabilities.
People are almost confident that Apple is going to release a new smartphone with a tripe camera render for its upcoming flagship phones, namely the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max, so it’s rather possible that this could mean an upgrade on the iPhone’s macro capturing abilities.
Another likely to come feature is the power-sharing option for the new iPhone. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is already sporting this feature, so it’s not impossible for iPhones to follow suit it.
A brand new feature for iPhones, called Wireless Power Share might be another one of the significant changes of the next device. This feature would enable the smartphone to share energy with compatible devices until the phone is low to 30 percent of battery life. The feature is most likely going to be implemented as Apple is yet to provide an alternative to the AirPower charging port which they already removed from its lineup.
If the rumors are correct, the iOS 13 might be able to improve the experience by making sure that power-sharing occurs only when the device is plugged to an outlet.
Also, the front cameras of the new iPhone are prone to improvement, rumors say. Besides better lightning and focus, the cameras will also have a significant role in the phone’s function, namely the Face ID. According to a report, the next Face ID recognition feature will be 30 percent quicker in comparison to the earlier versions of the iPhone.
These are the features that were not unveiled at the WWDC, but which have a chance of being revealed when the next iPhone will be announced.
Chris Mcfadden is the lead editor for Swerd Media. Chris has written for several online publications including the Huffington Post, Vanity Fair and Bleacher Report. Chris is based in Los Angeles and covers issues affecting California. When he’s not busy writing, Chris enjoys traveling and hiking.