Apple hid iPhone presentation date in iOS 13
Apple has released the seventh beta version of iOS 13 for developers. Users managed to study it and found an interesting find – a possible date for the presentation of the new iPhone line.
The developers added a beta image called HoldForRelease to the beta (“Hold until release”). It includes a calendar icon that marks the 10th, Tuesday. It is noteworthy that September 10, 2019 falls on this day of the week.
Earlier, it was said that the alleged characteristics of new “apple” smartphones appeared on the Web. The 2019 lineup will receive improved Liquid Retina displays with a retained notch, the next-generation A13 Bionic processor, 4 GB of RAM, as well as 128, 256 and 512 GB of internal flash memory. Users hoping for 1 TB will have to wait until 2020.
Developers will improve Face ID technology, which should work as fast as the second generation Touch ID. The main camera will indeed be square, and premium sensors will have three sensors, including a wide-angle lens. Users will be able to record 4K movies at 30 frames per second. According to the source, the new camera will be better than similar devices of competitors.