Eli Blumenthal USA TODAY Published 9:05 AM EST Jan 11, 2019 Ready for more iPhones? While the company’s usual fall event may be several months away, early details on what to expect from Apple’s 2019 iPhone update have begun to emerge, according to a new report. This year’s early headliner: more cameras. According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple will once again introduce three new phones this fall, with three rear cameras for its highest-end model. The other two models, including a possible iPhone XR successor with an LCD display, will have two cameras on the back. In 2018, the pricier iPhone XS and XS Max each had two rear cameras to enable better zooming and a more robust “portrait” mode. The iPhone XR, which starts at $749 ($250 less than the $999 iPhone XS), had only one rear camera as well as a cheaper LCD display instead of using the XS line’s higher-quality OLED technology. According to the Journal, Apple is considering making a full switch to OLED for its 2020 iPhone line. It is unclear how Apple would use the third camera in the next iPhone, though it would be far from the first to add additional cameras to the rear of a phone. LG’s… Read full this story
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