How the 2019 iPhone XI camera works

The 2019 iPhone Xi will have a software-level feature that will allow you to take images with greater definition. Confirmed the presence of the A13 Bionic

New rumors about the upcoming iPhone XI coming by fall 2019: the well-known site 9to5Mac got in touch with a person who has touched the next-generation iPhones and provided a lot of interesting information. Especially about the new camera, which is also the most anticipated and discussed novelty.

The source confirms almost everything that has come out in the form of rumors in recent months. The photo department of the iPhone 2019, therefore, will really be incorporated within that large protruding square that we have seen in renderings and models. In peace with those who, and there are many, consider this design choice at least questionable and unsuitable for a premium product like an Apple smartphone. Also confirmed that there will be 3 models that will replace the current iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone Xr. At the moment, these three models have the internal codenames of D42, D43 and N104.

How will the iPhone 11 camera look

The rear camera department of the iPhone Xi 2019 will have three lenses, while that the iPhone Xr 2 will have two. The real news, however, is software and not hardware: the 2019 iPhones will have a feature called "Smart Frame" that captures the area around the framed area  so that the user can perform automatic perspective and crop corrections in post production. The additional information will be retained for a limited time and then automatically deleted for privacy reasons. The front-facing camera will also be different in the iPhone XI: the ability to record slow-motion video at 120 frames per second will be added.

How the 2019 iPhones' screens will look

The three 2019 iPhones will have very similar screens to those mounted on the current models. The iPhone XS successor will have an OLED display with 1,125×2,436 resolution, the XS Max successor will have a 1,242×2,688-pixel OLED screen, and the XR successor will have an 828×1,792-pixel IPS LCD screen.

New A13 processor on 2019 iPhones

Finally, 9to5Mac also confirms that Apple's new A13 Bionic chip, codenamed "Cebu," will debut on 2019 iPhones. It is a processor produced by Taiwanese TSMC with the 7-nanometer production process, which will allow for even higher performance than the already excellent A12 Bionic but with reduced power consumption.