Apple’s iPhone 11 is reported to arrive with lighting port USB-C, but that’s not all. It is also set to come with ‘Taptic Engine’ and of course, the renowned, controversial triple camera on its back. Unfortunately for some, it most probably will be designed as shown below.
It takes quite a significant portion of the phone’s backside and on the front, a small portion of bezel seems to take some space of the screen and no notch.
What is ‘taptic engine’? Source reports that this new ‘leap haptics’ is a 3D touch registration by the device which is a new haptic feedback technology. Not much is revealed about it, but experts predict that this allows small vibrations in response to users’ taps and pressure-based touch commands can be made.
iPhone 11 is also finally making its step to add another camera to its rear camera while Huawei with its Mate 30 Pro is already planning for a quad-camera smartphone. The iPhone will add a wide-lens camera to the phone and this is one of its major hardware changes.
Meanwhile, the front camera of iPhone 11 will also be given a slow-mo feature at 120 frames per minute. The phone retains the same resolution from its predecessor.
Experts predict a price increase of up to $300, despite smartphone sales dropping at more than 8% last year.