Apple to remove 3D Touch in all upcoming iPhones in 2019

by May 28, 2019 0 comments

A team of Barclays analysts has claimed that 3D Touch will not be present in any of the upcoming iPhones in 2019. This isn’t the first time the removal of 3D Touch has surfaced on the internet. Earlier, The Wall Street Journal also claimed the same in January.

The iPhone maker has already replaced 3D Touch with Haptic Touch on the iPhone XR to give users an edge-to-edge full view display on the iPhones. The haptic touch is likely to be available on all the upcoming iPhones in 2019. What you should know is that the Haptic Touch not a new technology but just a marketing name for a long press clubbed with haptic feedback from the Taptic Engine.

The haptic touch on the iPhone XR can used in fewer places as compared to widespread use of 3D Touch in iPhone 6S. Unlike 3D Touch, the haptic touch does not support Quick Actions app menus.

The upcoming iPhones in 2019 are expected to come with a triple rear camera system comprising of a standard wide-angle unit, an ultra-wide angle unit and a telephoto unit. All the three sensors are said to be developed by Sony.

Popular Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that the upcoming iPhones in 2019 will have the same screen size as the 2018 models. There could be a 6.4-inch iPhone 11, a 5.8-inch iPhone 11 which will be iPhone XS successor and a 6.1-inch XR (2019).

While the triple camera system will only be present in the high-end variant, the 5.8-inch Apple iPhone 11 will retain the dual camera system. The upcoming iPhones in 2019 will be powered by the A13 chip that the company will unveil at its Worldwide Developers Conference scheduled in June.

The upcoming iPhones in 2019 are reported to be priced similar to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The company is also planning to introduce a 1TB storage option this year along with 64GB, 256GB and 512GB variant.

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