Published: Tue, May 14, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

The 2019 iPhone just hit a huge milestone

The 2019 iPhone just hit a huge milestone

The 2018 iPhone XR was the first iPhone since 2013's iPhone 5c to offer buyers options beyond traditional colors such as black, white, and gold. It also makes specialized chips for Macs and is working on a main Mac processor to eventually replace those supplied by Intel Corp, Bloomberg News has reported.

According to the Japanese blog, Apple will once again launch its lower-priced iPhone model in six color options this year, but will also tweak the lineup. The iPhone is one of the Apple product which enables custom chips.

Apple claims traditional processors do not provide better customization including the image and voice processing.

The report further suggests us that Apple would also be including a new cellular modem for making calls and other power components in addition to the chips that handle graphics, Machine Learning algorithms, and AI-powered intelligence software as well. The A13 chip will land in successors to last year's iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, and iPhone XR models.

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Apple was one of the first companies to utilise a 7nm processor with the launch of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR late a year ago.

The report adds that the third camera on the XS and XS Max sequels will have an ultra wide-angle lens for "larger and more detailed photos". Secondly, the new iPhone XR has been coded as N104. Both the successors of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will be thicker with half a millimeter. Likewise, the camera will be upgraded to a square size. The handsets will feature reverse wireless charging similar to what we have already seen on the likes of the Galaxy S10 and Huawei Mate 20/P30 series that will allow users to charge their AirPods or other such accessories wirelessly.

The news is a solid suggestion that the iPhone maker is bent to deliver the next installment of its flagship device without delays.

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