The iPhone X or iPhone 10 hasn’t even launched yet and now we have some details on its successor, the iPhone 11. The new iPhone X launches this Friday the 3rd of November, the handset comes with Apple’s new Face ID and features their new TrueDepth camera.
According to a recent report, next years iPhone 11 will use the same TrueDepth camera that Apple uses for Face ID in their new iPhone X. The news comes from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has an excellent track record on Apple predictions.
Ming-Chi Kuo has said that there will be no major upgrade to Apple’s TrueDepth camera for next years iPhone and that next years iPhones will use the same sensors as this years model. ‘We believe the supply of both components are now stable, leaving no need to switch to other solutions,’ said Kuo.
We previously heard that all of next years iPhones would come with an OLED display, Apple could also possibly launch three models next year as well as this year. We also heard a rumor that all of next years iPhones would also drop the fingerprint sensors in favor of Face ID. This years iPhone 8 and 8 Plus still use a fingerprint sensor.
Apple’s new iPhone X launches this Friday the 3rd of November, the handset appears to be very popular and has already sold out online for launch day.
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