An Improved iPhone 11 and What to Expect for Apple’s 2019 Lineup


Apple’s iPhone lineup for 2019 is rumored to be similar to its last year’s release with the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Three iPhone models are rumored to be released this year according to an article from the Wall Street Journal.


The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max were released last year on September 13 while the newest batch of iPhone models for 2019 is expected on September 10. The same anonymous Twitter account who revealed the names of the iPhone lineup accurately last year has leaked a name for this year’s newest flagship – iPhone 11 Pro, 11R, and 11 Max.




iPhone 11’s Unconventional Camera Setup


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One of the biggest changes coming in the new iPhone 11 is a triple rear camera setup (wide-angle, super wide-angle, and telephoto lenses) in a triangular configuration housed on a square-shaped camera design. An unconventional model compared to the usual vertical triple or quad camera setup from most Android devices in the market.


Powerful A13 Processor

We’re expecting nothing less with its rumored A13 processor supplied by Taiwan Semiconductor (TSMC) – Apple’s sole supplier for their processors. The iPhone 11 lineup is expected to have a more competitive processor with the A13 Bionic chip compared to previous A12 Bionic chip. With this new chip upgrade, we’ll see better phone and graphic performance.


Wireless Charging

Apple is catching up with Samsung’s release of the Galaxy S10 line with its wireless charging capability for other devices. With the wireless charging capability of the Galaxy S10, power can be shared to devices that are Qi-certified like the Galaxy Buds and Galaxy Watch Active. The iPhone 11 will be adapting this feature and will soon be able to share its battery with other iPhones and AirPods.


3D Touch

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3D Touch Technology is a feature for the iPhone’s pressure-sensitive screen. However, this feature has withered since it was not distinctly discoverable for most users. The three new iPhone models are rumored to lack the 3D Touch Technology previously featured in the iPhone XR. The iPhone 11 will be running with Haptic Touch instead – a long press plus vibration feature.


Other rumored specifications:

  • A possible Apple pencil stylus for the new iPhones.
  • We’re expecting a new shatter-resistant glass so hopefully the iPhone 11 will hold better when dropped with an effectively enhanced water resistance.
  • An all OLED iPhone lineup is what Apple is aiming for, but this is yet to happen for 2019. Only the iPhone XR from last year had an LCD display while the iPhone XS and XS Max had OLED high-resolution.
  • No 5G-ready chipset for 2019 but we’ll hopefully see this update on 2020.


Match the Latest iPhone 11 with the Perfect Car Accessory

Strike Alpha iPhone 11 Car Phone Holder


Strike keeps up with the latest smartphones released in the market. Strike Alpha car phone holders for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R, are available for PRE-ORDER.


The Strike Alpha iPhone 11 car phone holder lets you keep up with your work and lifestyle needs with its fast charging and signal boosting capabilities. With the Strike Alpha iPhone 11 car mount you can stay connected wherever you go!


The Strike Alpha iPhone 11 vehicle dock is equipped with up to 3 amps of charging power so you can listen to your favorite music and use your navigation apps without worrying about battery drain while on the road.


All Strike Alpha cradles are durable and designed to withstand up to 25g in the event of an accident. You can also boost your mobile reception with its internal passive antenna. Just connect it with a reputable external antenna like the Strike B2 7dBi Heavy Duty Bullbar Mount Antenna. View the wide range of Strike antennas here!



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