Nothing unexpected appears on unofficial 2019 Apple iPhone spec sheet

Nothing unexpected appears on unofficial 2019 Apple iPhone spec sheet
On September 10th, Apple is expected to unveil the 2019 iPhone models and an unofficial spec sheet was published on a community forum. As expected there will be three models; according to the spec sheet they will be named the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Let's start with the iPhone 11, which is the sequel to the iPhone XR. It will be equipped with a 6.1-inch LCD display with a resolution of 828 x 1792 and powered by the A13 Bionic chipset designed by Apple and manufactured by TSMC using its 7nm process. The phone has 4GB of memory with storage options of 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The square camera module on the back of the phone will have two sensors and there will be a 12MP front-facing FaceTime camera. The device will support reverse wireless charging and a 3110mAh battery will keep the lights on. This model will be priced at $749 and up.

The iPhone 11 Pro is the follow up to last year's iPhone XS. This model will come with a 5.8-inch AMOLED display and a resolution of 1125 x 2436. Under the hood is the A13 Bionic SoC with 6GB of RAM and storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. A triple camera setup will be on the back (we expect to see a 12MP primary + 12MP Telephoto with 2x optical zoom and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle featuring a 120-degree field of view) with the front-facing 12MP FaceTime camera. This model will come with Apple Pencil support, reverse wireless charging capabilities, and a 3190mAh or higher battery. The iPhone 11 Pro will cost $999 and up.

This will be the first time that Apple will unveil three iPhone models, all with the same release date

The top of the line model will apparently be named the iPhone 11 Pro Max and replaces the iPhone XS Max. As such, it will carry a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with a 1242 x 2688 resolution. The A13 Bionic SoC powers the handset, which sports 6GB of memory and delivers storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. This model will have the same triple camera setup on the back and FaceTime camera in front as found on the iPhone 11 Pro; it also will offer support for the Apple Pencil and reverse wireless charging. The larger screen requires a larger battery than the one powering the iPhone 11 Pro, and the sheet calls for the iPhone 11 Pro Max to be equipped with a 3500mAh battery or higher. A leak last month suggested that the battery on the iPhone 11 Pro Max will actually be closer to 4000mAh. Pricing for this model is said to be $1,099 and up. There are sure to be some specs that turn out to be true on this sheet, but that is because they seem to have been taken from previous leaks and rumors.

The rear cameras on the new iPhones are supposed to take much-improved photos under less than optimal lighting conditions. A report last month noted that the rear cameras on the new iPhones will produce photos that rival the quality of the pictures snapped on more traditional cameras. The reverse wireless charging will allow users to employ the glass panel on the back of the phone as a wireless charging pad. This will enable them to charge up the AirPods wireless charging case, an Apple Watch or a compatible phone. The spec sheets didn't mention anything about a rumored underwater mode that will allow users to navigate the touchscreen even when the screen is all wet.

With the phones set to be introduced on September 10th, pre-orders will supposedly kick off on September 13th. The new phones will be released on September 20th. This will be the first time that Apple will have announced three phones that will all have the same release date. In 2017, Apple introduced the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. The trio was unwrapped on September 12, 2017, and the first two models were launched on September 22nd of that year; the iPhone X was not released until November 3rd, 2017. Then last year, the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR were introduced on September 12, 2018. The first two models were launched on September 21st while the more affordable iPhone XR hit the market on October 26th.



1. drunkenjay

Posts: 1697; Member since: Feb 11, 2013

best iphone yet

19. gadgetpower

Posts: 283; Member since: Aug 23, 2019

As always it is. I wonder how much will the battery last in battery test by bumping it a bit. Will the A13 be more battery efficient?

3. Derekjeter

Posts: 1531; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

Another boring phone. If you still have an iPhone 7 or 8 you’re not missing out on much. There hasn’t been anything worth upgrading for the last 3-4 years. Pricing should start $399 for what they offer.

4. dvlprr

Posts: 70; Member since: May 08, 2019


8. AbhiD

Posts: 850; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

Never bought an Apple device and not even a potential customer but the hate for Apple in here is real. Amongst the best in class displays, processor, memory, storage, build, cameras, unparalleled software support. Yet someone wants these at $399. Get help

11. Kloak

Posts: 82; Member since: May 27, 2018

Agree, I wouldn't never recommend an Apple device for their prices but I wouldn't say 399 its a fair price, the pixel 3a starts a that price though so maybe it's not that out of place for the XR, still XR beats the pixel in a few things, maybe at 499 it would be easy to recommend, not these ones though, too ugly in my opinion, all of them.

13. Budhainthemood

Posts: 88; Member since: Mar 03, 2018

It's called sour grapes, AbhiD:) And also yes, the haters will be haters always:)

20. gadgetpower

Posts: 283; Member since: Aug 23, 2019

Exactly. Competition is good and apple still has a big fanbase.

35. oldskool50 unregistered

I dont see any hate. But when there exist devices equal or better than the iPhone for 50% the price, you simply cant ignore the facts. And even though $1000 is a ridiculous price for any phone, the XR costing $1000 outside the US for flagship specs from 5 years ago is a crying shame. No one hating bruh. You're just trying to get some BS started.

5. technut

Posts: 205; Member since: Aug 03, 2012

The iPhone 11 camera bump doubles as a kickstand. Innovative!

6. LAgurl

Posts: 113; Member since: Dec 05, 2018

I have an iPhone 8 right now had it since day one , the iPhone 11 pro sounds EH....I am debating HARD if I should just get an Android phone that note 10 + sounds great and so does Them one plus phones ...

7. Demo-jay

Posts: 78; Member since: Feb 13, 2018

I’ll stick with my 7 plus...battery sucks 6 as side kick


Posts: 941; Member since: Feb 23, 2014

Why don't you replace the battery?

12. iushnt

Posts: 3124; Member since: Feb 06, 2013

They said I will lose water resistant capability if I replace the batteries. Atleast the service center at my citiy said it.

9. Natko

Posts: 13; Member since: Feb 05, 2013

No 3D Touch, no buy.


Posts: 188; Member since: Aug 07, 2018

if Apply wants to make money. Why don't they just charge each major updates? and set default update for 3 years it sounds much more reasonable and fair?

15. rsiders

Posts: 1978; Member since: Nov 17, 2011

Seriously still sticking to 64gb base model? Outdated for 2019. Also these guys are really terrified of going beyond the 12mp threshold when it comes to the camera. Nothing new to see here.

16. pogba

Posts: 112; Member since: Jun 13, 2018

Playing catch up. Still a positive step forward though.

17. scarface21173

Posts: 700; Member since: Aug 17, 2014

Sales will keep on falling, fugly as hell

18. scarface21173

Posts: 700; Member since: Aug 17, 2014

A13 chip just an overclocked A12 both 7nm

26. cmdacos

Posts: 4267; Member since: Nov 01, 2016


33. Jrod99

Posts: 765; Member since: Jan 15, 2016

Guess the pencil support makes it a Pro? I’ll keep current Max for couple more years.

34. oldskool50 unregistered

Why wouldn't the pro model be the biggest one Alan. Does that make sense at all? What would be Pro about a smaller device?

39. Kloak

Posts: 82; Member since: May 27, 2018

Well on that one I think it's because the pro its more a thing of hardware than size, they use max to refer to a bigger size.

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