Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup to include two OLED models with triple cameras

Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup to include two OLED models with triple cameras

Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup to include two OLED models with triple cameras

The two 2019 iPhone models with triple rear camera setup are set to come in 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch display sizes.

We're still months out from the official reveal of Apple's next iPhone lineup, but most of the early rumors and reports have indicated that we will see three direct successors to the XS, XS Max and XR in 2019. In other words, if this report is accurate, Apple could be coming out with five iPhone models this year.

A new report out of Japanese blog Macotakara (via 9to5Mac) suggests Apple will launch two new iPhones this year with three cameras on the back. Now, a new report from MacOtakara does confirm some of the possible features of the upcoming iPhones, aka, the Apple iPhone XIS, the Apple iPhone XIS Max, and the Apple iPhone XIR. Physical changes are also mentioned, required by the larger size of the sensor behind that triple-camera setup. The 6.5 inch model, on the other hand, will roughly be 0.4 mm thinner than the iPhone XS Max.

For now, no one knows for sure what Apple will do with its 2019 iPhone line up, but things certainly don't seem as clear as they appeared to be previously.

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Apple's next-generation iPhone models might come in 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays. This contradicts the previous reports which claimed that Apple will launch the new iPhones with small changes. "As we have discussed with investors, it has been Apple's pricing hubris on iPhone XR that was the major factor in the company's December earnings debacle in China, however with some recent price cuts demand trends are slowly turning around in this all-important region for Cupertino", analyst Daniel Ives wrote in a note to client.

The new camera system will be accompanied by bidirectional wireless charging, the report adds. Whether they'll be more costly offerings and succeed the iPhone XS Max's pricing or if they'll sit somewhere in between the XR and XS is anyone's guess.

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