Now that the iPhone 11 launch dates are official, we’re not being treated to a full rundown of unofficial hardware sheet of the trio that is expected to launch on September 10th in the US. The leak comes from a relatively lesser-known forum called Tme.net and there are a few surprise packages here. The naming, in particular, looks super awkward and something Apple wouldn’t opt for any day. That said, let’s take a look at the specifications.
The iPhone 11, the spiritual successor of the iPhone XR, is expected to be more or less the same device as last year. The only big change will be the dual rear cameras (renders leaked long back), and some internal components like 4GB of RAM and an A13 chipset. Prices are expected to be the same as last year.
The iPhone 11 Pro, which should succeed the iPhone XS, will pack 6GB of RAM, as per the leak.
As for the iPhone 11 Pro Max, it could boast a 6.5-inch 2688×1242 OLED display, an A13 chip, and 6GB of RAM. If there’s any truth to this leak, then the cameras of both the high end models will be the same. For now, we wouldn’t just jump our horses based on these leaks although they do seem likely.