Apple is preparing a new series of smartphones including a Pro model. The Cupertino, Calif.-Based tech giant is expected to launch at least three new iPhone models at an event next month, most likely on September 10.
At the head of the official launch, leaks and rumors are in full swing revealing the main features and specifications of the 2019 iPhone models and now a hands-on video of Apple’s iPhone 11 has appeared online.
Technically, the phone in the video is a dummy, but it’s most likely based on real schematics.
According to BGR, factory drawings for Apple’s next iPhone models, presumably referred to as iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Max, were stolen from the Foxconn factory.
In the video some of the highlights can be spotted, for example the mute switch is from earlier iPhones from Apple, while the upcoming series will have a round rocker like the iPad Pro.
Additionally, the space around the iPhone 11’s dual-lens camera and iPhone 11 Pro’s triple-lens camera will be color-matched on the back.
One of the main features expected on the iPhone 11 is support for the reverse wireless charging system which will allow users to power AirPods through smartphones. It will be quite similar to Samsung’s reverse wireless charging feature.
Other key features include the A13 Bionic processor, updated OLED displays with 3D Touch support (on two high-end models), and improved water and dust resistance. The successor to the iPhone XR will be updated with dual rear cameras with optical zoom support.