New iPhone to have A13 chip, new cameras and reverse charging, report says



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Ben Geskin

Manufacturing has reportedly began on a key a part of Apple’s subsequent technology of iPhones. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing has began early check manufacturing of the A13 processor that may energy Apple’s subsequent cellphone, probably referred to as the iPhone 11, in keeping with a Bloomberg report Friday citing unnamed sources. The chip might reportedly enter mass manufacturing as early as this month.

September is when Apple sometimes unveils its new line of iPhones. There may be little definitive information in regards to the new flagship smartphone, however rumors say it’s going to have three rear cameras and reverse charging. Nobody is anticipating to see a 5G model of the iPhone 11.

Earlier than new iPhones are unveiled although, Apple is anticipated to point out off the subsequent model of its cellular working system, iOS 13, at its annual WWDC, which begins on June 3. Different potential bulletins for the occasion embrace a brand new model of MacOS and an App Retailer for the Apple Watch. We would even see {hardware} similar to a brand new iPad or MacBook.

Apple did not instantly reply to a request for remark. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing declined to remark. 

Initially printed Might 10, 9:23 a.m. PT.
Replace, 11:14 a.m. PT: Provides Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing declining remark. 

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