Despite having recently set a revenue record for the quarter from April to June. Apple’s iPhone business has not worked very well lately. The arrival of new iPhones in September will inevitably contribute to improving the situation. However, as per the reports, suppliers are receiving low orders for the iPhone 11.
Apple’s 2019 iPhones Will Probably Not Beat Last Year’s Models
Today’s report states that the momentum of orders for touch panels and other components has so far been weak. Apple is preparing for mass production, but the poor visibility of orders suggests that it expects a combined sale of iPhone 11. Which may be equal to or less than that of iPhone XS and XR devices.
Bloomberg recently reported a similar situation. According to Mark Gurman, Apple has ordered an initial batch of 75 million combined units of iPhone 11 series. Which includes iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R. The figure is roughly the same as the previous year and suggests that Apple is preparing for flat sales year after year. But if everything goes as planned, the total revenue should increase thanks to the better business performance of wearable devices.
New Improvements In iPhone 11 line
Apple often diversifies its supply chain as much as possible, but this year it is expected to take things to the next level. In light of the current US-China trade war, there is no guarantee that these reports will draw the entire image.
However, considering that the iPhone 11 line should not bring about innovative changes. There is no reason to believe that there will be a sudden increase in demand.
Features, Announcement And Release Date Of The iPhone 11
For those of you who don’t know it yet, all iPhone 2019 models will be virtually indistinguishable. From their direct predecessors when it comes to the front panel. Reports suggest that Apple plans to keep the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED screens used in last year’s iPhone XS series. And the 6.1-inch LCD screen on the iPhone XR. As a result, Apple’s controversial notch will remain unchanged for another year.
Despite the lack of physical changes in advance, the reports suggest that there will be some important updates. In particular, the 7-megapixel selfie camera will be replaced by a new 12-megapixel sensor and Face ID. It will benefit from updated components that will allow it to work at shorter distances and wider angles. However, it is still unclear whether the Face ID system will support horizontal or inverted unlocking like the next Pixel 4.
Turning to the back, numerous losses suggest that Apple will adopt a completely redesigned camera setup. Both the iPhone 11 duo and the iPhone 11R will feature square-shaped modules that house the new cameras. The three smartphones will have a 12-megapixel main sensor and a second of the same resolution. These should not differ too much from the iPhone XS cameras.
iPhone 11 Series
To help make iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max more competitive, Apple is also planning a third camera. This sensor should also offer a resolution of 12 megapixels. But reportedly will be combined with a new super wide-angle lens that will allow a new feature called Smart Frame. This takes the area around the area framed in images and videos. So, it gives users the ability to adjust the frame or make corrections to the crop after taking a photo. Further information will be kept for a short period of time and will eventually be deleted automatically.
The iPhone 11 series is expected to become official in early September. It will also include the Apple Watch Series 5 and the 10.2-inch iPad. Advance orders should start on Friday 13 September. As for the release date, Apple’s previous release programs suggest that the new models will be available Friday, September 20th.