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Apple to discontinue two current iPhone models in 2019 lineup

Apple to discontinue two current iPhone models in 2019 lineup”

The reports also suggest that the mass production of the Apple A13 chips will start from this month itself.

Apple's Taiwanese chipmaker has reportedly started work on a new processor for the next line of iPhones.

As per TechNewsWatch, there is a report stating that all iPhone models released in 2019 will be equipped with A13 processor already in production of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. It was also popular in the U.S. where iOS has more of an even split with Android - accounting for around 45 percent of all new smartphones. TSMC began early testing and production phase of the Apple A13 chip in April and plans to mass-produce this month. As always we can expect cutting edge performance and improved battery life from the upcoming A13. They say that the new high-end models are codenamed D43 and D44, while the successor to the iPhone XR is called N104 internally.

Aside from the new chip, the 2019 iPhone successors to the XR, XS, and XS Max series were confirmed to have upgraded cameras, new dimensions and a new charging feature.

This third camera will boast a wide-angle lens that can produce larger, more detailed photos and will offer a broader zoom range.

Renders show that iPhone 11r will feature the same notched display, metal frame, and glass design that we have seen on iPhone Xr. Apple will also include an auto-correction feature that will allow you to bring people back into a photo who may have been accidentally cut out. The top-end iPhone 11 is expected to come with three rear cameras that are housed in a new square camera bump.

Kantar global director Dominic Sunnebo continues: "iPhone XR was a strong performer for Apple. claiming the title of the best-selling model in Great Britain". This will get the back of the gadget to charge the Airpods, but also other Qi-compatible phones.



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