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Apple's Q3 earnings are all about the iPhone XI

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The next iPhone is expected in September.

5.8-inch OLED display

According to the leaked marketing calendar from US carrier Verizon, the iPhone 11 could launch later than usual this year, with the release scheduled for the third or fourth week in September.

The all new iPhone XI sports a 5.8-inch OLED display, which exhibits a screen resolution 1,125 x 2,436 pixels. It carries a bezel-less display with screen protection to avoid scratches. It comes with the dustproof and waterproof body. It takes a pixel density of 463 PPI. It is supported by a 4,000 mAh Li-ion battery that can provide the required power backup to keep it alive for long hours.

The new  i Phone XI is provided with triple primary cameras - 12MP + 12MP + 12MP lenses. The lenses are assisted by a Back-illuminated sensor that helps to click crisp and clear images. The setup is also able of recording high-definition (HD) videos and snaps. There is the 10MP front camera brought by a retina flash. The front snapper does well, capturing wonderful selfies and also assists in facilitating video calling. The device houses non-expandable storage of 64GB, which can save a lot of files and documents in it.

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The device is powered by two processors - a 1.52GHz Tempest quad-core a 2.49GHz and  Vortex dual-core. The processors are placed on an Apple A12 Bionic chipset and are couple with the 4GB RAM and Apple GPU. Hence, the smartphone offers a lag-free performance while running multiple tasks simultaneously.

This new Apple iPhone XI comes with a broad range of connectivity options such as 4G with mobile hotspot, VoLTE, Wi-Fi,  Bluetooth, GPS, and NFC.

Apple Card has yet to come out either, although it is expected this summer.

Until we hear more, we will be left to gaze even harder into the tea leaves to figure out how Apple will fare.

By Raulf Hernes

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