It seems like; the time has come when Apple is ditching its most iconic Lightning port to switch over to USB-C. If it is entirely true, then we will see this change in the iPhone 11 series and also in the upcoming series.
All this started when Raphaël Mouton, a daily Apple user, shared a photograph of his iPhone running on beta iOS 13. The snap showed USB-C instead of its usual Lightning Port. This allowed speculations to erupt upon this change.
This year, Apple is likely to launch three iPhones. Earlier rumors were that they were named as iPhone XI, the iPhone XI Max and the iPhone XR 2. But recently it has been confirmed by the case manufacturer of iPhone that it will be named as iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R.
iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will feature OLED display and will also have a triple rear camera. While iPhone 11R is announced to come with the dual camera setup with an LCD display.
These three much-anticipated phones will run on iOS 13. This will certainly bring a ton of new features including the much awaited dark mode in the iPhone. The trio is expected to feature the A13 processor, which Apple has started producing earlier this year in collaboration with TSMC.
If we see follow the trend, then we will get that Apple usually launches its iPhone in the early half of September. But this year it may be different as reports suggest that the iPhones may be delayed this year. Till now no confirmation date has been announced by the company