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TechnologyMore iPhone 11 leaks and why Apple could ditch Face ID

20:55  05 july  2019
20:55  05 july  2019 Source:   cnet.com

All three iPhone 11 models will come out in September, analyst predicts

All three iPhone 11 models will come out in September, analyst predicts Wedbush's Dan Ives thinks the iPhone 11 options will hit in the second week of the month.

Apple is readying the iPhone 11 for September, according to the latest leaks , and it may include a New iPhone 11 battery and features. According to one source , Face ID will be improved for the Meanwhile, another iPhone 11 leak suggests the new handsets could support input from the Apple

However, Apple could go more mid-range with the iPhone 11 R (perhaps closer to 0) to compete with the likes of Google’s Pixel 3a (9) and Pixel Leaked renders show a 6.1-inch iPhone XR with a dual-lens setup housed in the same strange raised square that this year's iPhone XS is rumored to

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New iPhone 11 leaks continue to support the square camera bump rumors and why Apple may move away from a Face ID enabled iPhone in China. In this week's Apple Core round-up, we're breaking down the latest rumors about the next iPhones and taking a look at the media fallout after Apple announced Jony Ive's departure.

The iPhone 11 design is coming into focus

Whether you're a fan of the square camera bump or not, this is shaping up to be the final design for the 2019 iPhone lineup. Alleged CAD renders of the iPhone XS, XR and XS Max sequels appeared on tech leaks site Slashleaks this week. The new images show pretty the same iPhone 11 design we've been hearing about for nearly six months now, since long time leaker Steven Hemmerstoffer (@Onleaks on twitter) published the first images of the three-lens camera square back in January.

All three iPhone 11 models will come out in September, analyst predicts

All three iPhone 11 models will come out in September, analyst predicts Wedbush's Dan Ives thinks the iPhone 11 options will hit in the second week of the month.

iPhone X, iOS 11 .4, Face ID is disabled on my iPhone x. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic forum and Apple can

Even more iPhone 8 details are emerging from a leaked iOS 11 GM, this time unveiling how users How Face ID set up will work. Like Touch ID , you will need to create a passcode for when Face ID is During set up, only one face should be in view. iOS will be able to tell if your face is obstructed or if it

All three phones have the same square, but in the case of the XR sequel the Slashleaks renders show it housing only two lenses. They also show a traditional lightning port on the bottom, suggesting Apple won't make the leap to USB-C on the iPhone this year as earlier rumors had suggested.

More iPhone 11 leaks and why Apple could ditch Face ID© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Alleged iPhone XI CAD renders from Slashleaks. Slashleaks

And even though we're still about two months away from the next iPhone launch, case makers are already starting to bet on these designs. Filip Koroy, who goes by EverythingApplePro on YouTube, published a video showing the new iPhone 11 cases that are already being manufactured in China. He shows what they look like on the 3D mockups he has of the three designs (iPhone 11, 11R and 11 Max) and then puts them on the current line-up to show how much larger the camera module is compared to the 2018 line-up.

Apple’s new iOS 13 beta software just revealed the iPhone 11’s exact launch date

Apple’s new iOS 13 beta software just revealed the iPhone 11’s exact launch date Remember when the biggest iPhone leaks came from Apple's supply chain? Well, in an odd turn of events, some of the biggest iPhone leaks over the past few years have come directly from Apple. Case in point: the recent beta of iOS 13 strongly suggests that Apple will unveil its iPhone 11 lineup on Tuesday, September 10. This of course aligns quite well with a previous rumor claiming that Apple's new iPhone 11 models will hit store shelves on September 20 after going up for preorder on Friday, September 13.

A recent firmware leak from Apple has revealed their plans to introduce face ID technology to the highly anticipated iPhone X. While we're eagerly waiting fo You can change this preference below. For more visit TechRadar.com and don't forget to comment down below.

Learn more . You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Here's the setup and the interface for Face ID on iPhone X. It's a leak from iOS 11 Golden Master (GM). Experiment Shredding Apple Iphone X And Toys So Satisfying | The Crusher - Продолжительность

According to the rumors, the 2019 iPhone 11 models will be a bit thicker than their predecessors, allowing the camera module to lie almost flush with the back of the phone despite its larger footprint. Looks aside, the iPhone's camera is rumored to see big improvements in 2019. Those will include a new super-wide-angle option, more powerful zoom, better night shots capabilities and new software features with iOS 13.

Apple may replace Face ID for Touch ID in China

The other big iPhone news this week has to do with Apple's plans to reinvigorate sales in China by offering a cheaper iPhone alternative. Apple may replace its current Face ID technology for a cheaper in-screen fingerprint scanner that would allow the company to lower production costs and reduce its iPhone prices in this market, according to a report in Chinese newspaper Global Times, cited in MacRumors. The US's trade war with China and competition from other Chinese manufacturers offering phones at much lower prices have contributed to declining sales for Apple.

Another clue points to Apple revealing iPhone 11 on Sept. 10

Another clue points to Apple revealing iPhone 11 on Sept. 10 An apparent iOS 13 beta screenshot includes that date.

Face ID is not only used for unlocking your new iPhone X. The technology is also secure enough to make payments through App Store and services With Face ID enabled, you don’t have to type in your Apple ID and password every time you purchase an app. You can simply authorize the purchase by

New iPhone 2019 ( iPhone 11 ): leaked design and concepts. So what can we expect from the iPhone 11 ? The new iPad Pros Apple unveiled in October 2018 could offer up some more clues: very thin bezels, no notch, Face ID that works no matter how you're holding the device, and of course the A12X

Apple will likely stick with Face ID as its main form of biometric identification, but the company may choose to include both and in-screen Touch ID and Face ID in the global versions of the 2019 iPhones.

New reports about Jony Ive's departure from Apple

Last week Apple announced its chief designer, Jony Ive will leave the company after nearly 30 years. According to Apple, Ive is leaving to start his own design firm next year and will take on Apple as one of his main clients. But this wasn't enough to stop media reports about the alleged terms of his departure from surfacing shortly after the news went public.

This week a report published in the Wall Street Journal says the design guru had been distancing himself from Apple for years because of conflicting opinions about the direction the company was headed after Jobs. It says that the news didn't come as much of a shock to many of his employees.

"Yet his departure from the company cements the triumph of operations over design at Apple, a fundamental shift from a business driven by hardware wizardry to one focused on maintaining profit margins and leveraging Apple's past hardware success to sell software and services." the report stated.

The first hands-on video of the iPhone 11 Pro supposedly just leaked

The first hands-on video of the iPhone 11 Pro supposedly just leaked With just two weeks to go until Apple's biggest event of the year, iPhone 11 leak season is now in full swing. We've seen the slow trickle of leaks from a few months ago really pick up pace in recent weeks, with all sorts of new details spilling out. We've seen the basics reported time and time again, but recent leaks have begun to zero in on the specifics. A big report recently revealed several upcoming new features of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, even uncovering a few of the phones’ exciting new camera capabilities. After all, those massive new square camera bumps certainly aren’t just there for show.

Face ID works with many sunglasses. Face ID works on iPhone only when it's in portrait orientation and you’re facing the TrueDepth camera. On iPad, you can use Face ID when your iPad is in any orientation. The TrueDepth camera has a similar range of view as when you take a selfie or make a

To use Apple Pay on iPhone X, you will, of course, need to have Apple Pay set up with a credit or a debit card in the Wallet app. When you're at a The double-click setting that opens up the Wallet app should be enabled by default, but if it's not, you can turn it on by going to Settings > Wallet > Apple

More iPhone 11 leaks and why Apple could ditch Face ID© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Jony Ive's departure marks the end of the Steve Jobs era. VCG/Getty Images

Tim Cook was apparently not in agreement with the Journal's portrayal of the situation, calling the article "absurd" after it went live. In an email to NBC News, published on twitter by reporter Dylan Byers, the Apple CEO said, "A lot of the reporting, and certainly the conclusions, just don't match with reality. At a base level, it shows a lack of understanding about how the design team works and how Apple works. It distorts relationships, decisions and events to the point that we just don't recognize the company it claims to describe."

Ive hasn't responded directly to the report, but is quoted in Apple's original announcement praising the team and the company. The WSJ is standing behind its reporting despite the backlash.

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iPhone 11 benchmark leak spills what few secrets were left.
This past weekend, you might have seen what looked like a huge iPhone 11 specs leak that was covered by tons of tech blogs out there, and you might've wondered why it wasn't covered here on BGR. The answer is pretty simple: it was fake. Not only was it fake, it was beyond obvious that it was fake and all the gadget blogs out there that covered it were merely looking for clicks. Much of what we know about Apple's upcoming iPhone 11 lineup was leaked by inside sources that are almost never wrong about this sort of thing.

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