Last week, we learned that 2019 models of Apple’s iPhones will be powered by the A13 chip that is currently under development. The new A13 chip will soon go on its mass production followed by the production of the new iPhones as well. Apple will be launching three new iPhones this year which will succeed iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The latter two smartphones will have three cameras on their backs and will come with a bigger size.
But the successor of iPhone XR will reportedly feature a dual-rear camera setup and will be the smallest of the lot. And now, it has been reported that the 2019 models of iPhone XR will come in two new colour options replacing the earlier colour options of the iPhone XR 2018.
The iPhone XR 2019 is expected to launch on September this year when the Cupertino-based tech firm will be holding the annual launch event. According to a report by Macotakara, the new iPhone XR 2019 will come in Green and Lavender colour options. The new colours will be replacing the earlier colours of the iPhone XR – Blue and Coral. While there will be some colour options which will be making their return for the iPhone XR 2019 including Black, White, Red, and Yellow.
It has also been reported earlier that the new 2019 iPhones will have a better display and will be featuring the AMOLED displays from Samsung. But the iPhone XR will come in the same last year’s LCD display panel. The use of LCD displays will definitely cut the cost of the new iPhone XR but it won’t be the same as its top-end variants. Apple launches most of its top-end variants of iPhones with optional and regular colour options like the Black, White and Gold. This strategy seems to work for the company. But it seems to take a more challenging and adventurous approach when it comes to the colouring options of the iPhone XR. With iPhone XR, Apple introduced new colour options last year like Coral and Blue. And this year, it is reported to be Green and Lavender. Even earlier, Apple tried a new range of colours like Yellow and Pink for its affordable iPhone 5C in 2013.
Also, as mentioned above, the newer 2019 variant of the iPhones will be powered by the Apple’s new A13 SoC. These new chips will be an upgrade to the A12 Bionic chipset powering last year’s Apple iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max.
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