Several models of 2019 Apple phones have been certified by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC).
The model numbers that have received approval from the EEC body are: A2111, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221, A2223, A2160 and A2161. Among these, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221 and A2223 are expected to be the possible model numbers of 2019 iPhones that are expected to go official in September this year.
Last year, Apple had launched iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone XR smartphones. The Cupertino giant will be launching the successors of these phones later this year. Rumors surrounding the upcoming iPhones have revealed that the successors of the iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be the first smartphones to sport triple rear cameras. These iPhones are expected to feature a square shaped camera module at the top-left corner of their rear shell. The camera module is likely to be populated with three lenses and an LED flash arranged in a weird zigzag manner.
The successor of the iPhone Xs and Xs Max are being dubbed as iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max. The front design of these devices is more or less going to be same as the predecessor models. There is a possibility that Apple may reduce the size of display notch on these devices. The display notch on iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max are expected to retain the complex sensors for the Face ID authentication.
While the iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max are speculated to continue to feature OLED panels, the iPhone XR 2019 may feature an LCD panel like the last year’s model. It will be an entry-level device and it is expected to arrive in multiple color options. However, the main change that could be arriving on the iPhone XR 2019 is the inclusion of dual camera setup.
There is no accurate information on the specifications of the upcoming iPhones yet. Based on the rumors, the 2019 iPhones are expected to have upgraded batteries and will support reverse charging.
These devices have been certified with software version iOS 12 but they can be expected to come loaded with iOS 13 that will officially unveiled on June 3. The new iPhones will be powered by the all new Apple A13 chipset.