5 things we'd like to see from the next iPhone release

Yolanda Curtis
May 18, 2019

With President Donald Trump threatening to impose more tariffs on Chinese products, Wall Street analysts think Apple might have to bump up prices to compensate. If a new rumor is true, it seems that Apple is taking the same colorful route and plans to introduce the 2019 iPhone XR successor in six colors as well - two of them new. The last resort would presumably be passing the cost to consumers due to the negative effect the price increases would have on iPhone sales, though that being said, 14 percent would be a lot for Apple to absorb and most certainly is something they'll want to avoid at all costs. These features include charging AirPods with iPhones, increased the zoom and many others.

For several years, Apple has stuck with the same 5W power adaptor for iPhone, despite adding capabilities such as wireless charging to newer devices. Fitted in the camera module is said to be an ultra-wide angle lens that will make up the triple camera configuration, while the iPhone 11R will now come with a dual camera setup as opposed to the single rear camera that's found on the current iPhone XR. Recent renders show 2019's iPhone XR successor with a square camera housing despite the fact that it only has two cameras, while the iPhone XS and XS Max successors have been leaked and rendered with the same square camera bulge a handful of times.


One reason Apple is so vulnerable is that the company both assembles and sells its devices in China.

The phone is now priced at about 1,000 dollars.


Mac Otakara created a short video to simulate how the new iPhone XR would look like in these colors. Well, it's exciting to see what new models will bring for the users. The new iPhones will come equipped with Apple's A13 processor and reports claim that it has already begun test production while mass production will commence this month.

Last week, Morgan Stanley estimated that Apple's fiscal 2020 earnings could drop by about 23% in a worst-case trade scenario.


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