“iPhone 11 Pro cameras are said to capture three images simultaneously from each one of the lenses and combine them to create higher-resolution results”
The iPhone 11 series is rumoured to go official on September 10th, and the series is said to include three new models. Now, Bloomberg has published a report outlining new details about the iPhone 11 as well as information about the upcoming iPad Pro, the 2020 AirPods, and a cheaper HomePod. As for the 2019 iPhones go, the reports reiterated the Pro naming scheme for the OLED models and the main focus of these would be the triple rear camera setup consisting of a wide-angle, telephoto and ultra-wide lenses. The iPhone 11 Pro cameras are said to capture three images simultaneously from each one of these lenses and combine them to create higher-resolution pictures.
Apple is also said to improve low-light camera performance and users will be able to adjust the framing and crop the image even after its taken. This feature will reportedly be called ‘Smart-Frame’. The report further notes that the video quality of the iPhone 11 Pro will also be “significantly upgraded.” The host of the video editing features in the Photos app that are introduced in iOS 13 will let users apply them in real-time as the video is being recorded. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max will be available in the matte finish for some colour options. Interestingly, the reverse wireless charging feature will be on board. As for the iPhone XR successor, there will be a new green colour option and pack dual-camera setup. The Apple A13 chipset will include a new ‘matrix’ coprocessor to optimise specific tasks.
As for the new iPad Pro lineup, they are said to ship with upgraded specifications, and the report claims the new iPad will feature the same camera setup as the new iPhone line. While Apple will retain the 10.2-inch size, it is likely to replace the 9.7-inch model. Apple Watch refresh would focus on new titanium and ceramic case finishes. The new AirPods that are in development are reported to have water resistance and noise cancellation. The next-gen HomePod is said to launch as “early as next year.” Lastly, it isn’t clear if the new MacBook Pro will debut with the iPhone in September. We should know more information in the days to come.