2019 iPhones: Three new handsets, one with a triple-rear-camera setup
Friday January 11, 2019. 03:32 PM , from Ars Technica
Enlarge / The iPhone XR in its myriad colors. (credit: Valentina Palladino)
As the new year kicks off, we already have rumors swirling about the next round of iPhones to come from Apple. According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Apple plans to release three new iPhones this year, two models with OLED displays and one model with an LCD display.
This sounds familiar, but the newest features may come in the phones' cameras. Reportedly, the highest-end iPhone will have three rear cameras, while the other two models will have dual rear-camera setups.
Apple's purported focus on cameras shows that it wants to keep the iPhone competitive with rival smartphones that heavily emphasize the importance of photography chops. Many Android handsets, including Google's Pixel 3 XL, combine hardware and software to produce some of the best photos we've seen from any smartphone. Also, rivals, including Samsung and Huawei, continue to tweak the rear-camera setups on their flagships, putting triple- or quadruple-camera systems in some of the newest models.
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