Since Apple released the iPhone XS, XS Max, and the budget iPhone XR, everybody was wondering when the new generation of iPhones will be released.

There is still no official response from Apple regarding their new phones; however, as rumors go, it is expected to be released later this fall.

There is plenty of information circulating the internet about the new features, design, performance, and price, but what can we expect?

Well, the most significant change is rumored to be the camera update having a three-camera array on the back of the phone.

As the camera competition is getting higher with the Huawei P30 and the Samsung S10, it’s a must that Apple will have to up their game on the camera department.

Also, there will be a significant increase in battery capacity, likely resulting in longer battery life as well as a reverse wireless a charging feature that is currently active on Samsung and Huawei.

This will diffidently satisfy current and new iPhone users.

The reality is that Apple is not selling as many phones as in the past, so they must create something extraordinary to separate the next iPhone from the current competition to see an increase in sales.

Let’s cut to the chase and dig a little deeper about some of the rumors on the iPhone 11.


There are currently two design rumors that circle the internet.

On the first, we can see that Apple made changes to the back of the phone with its all-new three cameras placed in the center of the phone.

The source claims that the new iPhone 11 will be similar on the front as its predecessors.

The second design looks more complicated from the first with its new three-lens camera placed in the corner of the phone.

This camera update is expected to have increased zoom capability as well as near perfect picture and video quality.

The wide, close up shots will be part of the new phone.

There are also rumors about the color options on the new iPhone 11. However, there are no facts or official confirmation regarding the design of the phone.

The New iPhone 11 is set to be the same size to its predecessors, and all improvements will be regarding the back of the phone.

iPhone 11 Display

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The new iPhone 11 may have a 5.8- inch display just like the iPhone XS but with smaller bezels making it perfect for watching sports or any other stuff.

There is not a lot of information about the display of the new phone. However, it is expected to be similar to the previous phones with no significant design updates or curved display.

New iPhone 11 features

The facial recognition or Face ID will be improved on the new iPhone 11 with improved range and broader angles.

USB-C is still in question as many sources claim that the new phone will have USB-C and others say that the new iPhone will still have Lightning.

As we mentioned, the new feature on the phone will be the two-way wireless charging allowing you to use your phone as a charging station for other devices.

The battery will be bigger and allegedly getting up to 4,000mAh.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that the new iPhone 11 will have 20-25% bigger battery, but we will have to wait and see.

Some reports claim that Apple is working on a technology that will allow you to use your device underwater.

As the device is waterproof, it will make for easier interactions while the display has moisture.

The iPhone 11 will be equipped with the latest Wi-Fi 6 connection. Unfortunately, we cannot expect 5G capability on the new phone.

Rumors say that 5G technology will be available to Apple devices in 2020.

iPhone 11 price

Even when we do not know the official price for the new iPhone 11, we know that it will cost a lot.

However, it is expected that prices will start just like the previous models iPhone XS and iPhone X with a starting price from $999.

Many of us hope for more affordable iPhones, but more than likely, the $1,000 iPhone is here to stay.

As with all rumors, we’ll have to wait and see what Apple unveils later in the year so that we can make an accurate comparison against the competition.