There’s a lot to look forward to when it comes to the 2019 iPhone lineup, which will be the main feature at the September 10 event. Apple is expected to continue to offer three iPhones, two OLED models in 5.8 and 6.5 inches and one LCD model that’s 6.1 inches, but all three will see camera improvements.
The two OLED models are said to have triple-lens camera setups arranged within in a square bump, with the setup including a telephoto lens, a wide-angle lens, and a new super-wide angle lens.
Users will be able to zoom out further to capture a wider field of view, and the new setup will bring improvements to low-light images. As for the 6.1-inch iPhone, it’s getting a dual-camera setup for the first time.
Apple is going to use a new matte finish for the iPhones, and they’re said to feature better shatter and water resistance for improved durability. Face ID is being improved and will work from more angles, but there won’t be other changes to the notch.
3D Touch is also being eliminated in favor of the haptic feedback system first introduced with the iPhone XR. Bilateral wireless charging, bigger batteries, a new AMX co-processor and A13 chip are some of the other features that we’re expecting to see….