With Apple’s annual September announcement event fast approaching, leaks regarding what the new phones will look like are running rife on the web.
It is expected Apple will unveil a treble of new iPhones next month, these will be “Pro” iPhone models to succeed the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max as well as a successor to the iPhone XR, according to Bloomberg.
Speculation is beginning to mount regarding what these new phones will look like.
ConceptsiPhone has released an unofficial video displaying what the new phones might look like, based on leaks.
The video suggests the new devices will have a total of three cameras, which based on numerous leaks, could be correct.
Bloomberg has also suggested there will be reverse wireless charging and a wider-angle Face ID sensor, to make it easier to unlock your phone.
Apple itself has been the source of one such leak, after it released its iOS 13.1 operating system in beta, which contained clues as to what to expect on the new phone.
One new feature, leaked in the iOS code, will allow users to use an ‘invisibility effect’ to make objects in the frame of a video transparent or lifted out completely.
Apple’s announcement event is being held on 10 September.
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