Apple's vision for iPhone is extra cameras

Apple's vision for iPhone is extra cameras

The report doesn't specify if both the regular and larger iPhone 11 (that's a non-final name) will have triple cameras or if that setup will be reserved for the iPhone 11 Max. The WSJ news confirms the presence of the three cameras, that according to the newspaper will be one of the key characteristics of the iPhone of 2019.

According to CNBC's research on this issue, multiple retailers from China are selling iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR units via promotions that bring the final price tags considerably lower than the ones in Apple's official Chinese store.

The news of the lineup also comes on the heels of several top Chinese retailers announcing they are slashing iPhone prices after the company's revenue warning and production cut.

This sounds familiar, but the newest features may come in the phones' cameras.

Apple doesn't do big tech conferences like CES and MWC, so we're not expecting megaleaks about their new stuff as much as we are all the other brands.

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Apple is reportedly adding a three-camera setup to the most expensive iPhone device this year, which will likely be called the iPhone 11 Max.

Chatter earlier today circulated around the camera and display technology that would be used in this year's new iPhones. Declining sales for lower end models. and the escalating price of higher-end models, caused Apple to restrategize and cut back on their cheaper phones. However, for 2020, Apple will completely switch to the organic light-emitting diode, or OLED, display for iPhones, thereby completely dropping the LCD model, the report said.

The current iPhone XS series features two 12MP lenses, with one being a wide-angle lens and the other a telephoto with 2x optical zoom.

THe WSJ claims that the decision to continue with an LCD variant in its 2019 iPhone line-up was unavoidable; Apple had already progressed too far down the "product pipeline" to ditch the model. The iPhone has the distinction of being among the most mobile devices in the market right now and that puts it out of reach to a lot of buyers.

China's retailers are cutting iPhone prices amid poor sales in the country.

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