The next-generation iPhone is due in September, and a new investor note shared by analyst firm Mizuho Securities says the device may not bring anything that’s worth the wait.
As per AI, the analysts explain that Apple will stick with only minor improvements on the upcoming iPhone versus the current models.
Three will be three different iPhones launching this year, a thing we already knew following a series of other leaks, including successors to iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.
The analysts say the external designs will be pretty much the same as on the existing devices, and the screen size and resolution will be identical with the 2018 lineup. 3D Touch will go away to be replaced by a software-based alternative, and minor changes in terms of bezel size could also make their way to the upcoming models.
The processor will feature minor changes as well, despite Apple expected to equip the iPhone 11 with a new chip.
There won’t be a 3D camera due to “component features, production capacity, costs, and energy-saving ability,” but the analysts do predict some camera upgrades, including a triple-camera system on the iPhone XS and XS Max. The…