Apple A13 chips for 2019 iPhones to enter mass production this month

Ruben Fields
May 14, 2019

According to the report, the new iPhone XR will gain a second camera on the rear, while the XS and XS Max are set to gain a third. Some rivals, such as Samsung Electronics Co and Huawei Technologies Co, have embraced Apple's approach and now make phones using their own chips.

This time it's Japanese blog Mac Otakara passing on the leaked info, and the gist is that green and lavender colors are going to be among the six available when the iPhone XR 2 arrives in September.

Earlier, several cases renders of Apple iPhone XI or iPhone 11 have come out that suggested it could come with a large square-shaped camera bump. Pictured: General view of customers at the Apple Covent Garden re-opening and iPhone XR launch at Apple store, Covent Garden on October 26, 2018 in London, England. The tech giant provides similar components for Apple watch, TV, iPod and the Home Pod.

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Apple claims traditional processors do not provide better customization including the image and voice processing. Dialog Semiconductor Plc. has also joined hands to provide chips for making calls and power components.

On the other hand, it's important to note that the other iPhones launching this year could come with a triple-camera setup on the back, so iPhone XR would continue to be positioned as the more affordable version of the three. It will also enable a broader range of zoom. 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. Likewise, the camera will be upgraded to a square size. Also, the handsets could finally get "reverse charging" feature wherein users will be able to wireless charge AirPods by simply putting them at the back of the iPhone.

The news is a solid suggestion that the iPhone maker is bent to deliver the next installment of its flagship device without delays.

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