iPhone 11 includes Lightning port, an updated front facing camera and a new Taptic Engine

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It is reported that Apple is planning to release three fresh “iPhone 11” models this fall, including the current Lightning connector. 9to5Mac reports that these new iPhones will include the latest A13 chip from Apple and a new Taptic Engine codenamed “leap haptics.” There aren’t many details of what this new Taptic Engine will offer, but it will obviously replace the 3D Touch function that looks like it’s on its way out.

We’ve seen a number of leaks concentrated on the iPhone 11 cameras, and Apple is supposed to use a triple-camera system on its iPhone 11 models. 9to5Mac supports prior rumors that a wide-angle camera will accommodate the additional room in the back-camera system. This fresh camera will also allow a fresh Smart Frame function to capture the region around the framed portion of an image so that the framing and perspective can be adjusted. It is also reported that the front-facing camera on iPhone 11 will be upgraded to make it capable of capturing 120 fps in slo-mo.

It is expected that Apple will maintain the same display resolutions as the existing iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, and these new models will simply replace the current lineup of Apple. In less than two months all the details will be revealed to us.

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