There is other news about Apple, there is a new patent, named Patently Apple which has been unearthed and it will feature an acoustic transducer.
When the latest range of Apple 2018 iPhones was announced, it also came with fast-charging support but then the software giant did not ship it along with phone and users were forced to purchase the 18W USB-C charger separately. After facing severe criticism over this, it seems there is a course correction in order.
If a Japanese Blog Macotakara is anything to go by, Apple will soon start shipping their 18W fast charging adapters as well as lightning USB-C cables with their upcoming range of 2019 iPhones. There were strong rumours about the fast charger over the last year, but it may finally be shipped and made available with the new edition of iPhones this year.
There is other news about Apple, there is a new patent, named Patently Apple which has been unearthed and it will feature an acoustic transducer which can convert electrical signals into mechanical energy and vice-versa. What this essentially means that the mechanical energy which will be generated when the finger is placed on the sensor can be converted into an electrical signal and it can then be further used for authentication.
The fingerprint authentication is very similar to what Vivo’s Apex provides which is a full display fingerprint scanner. Also, new 2019 iPhones will be packed with a new A13 Neural Bionic Chipset which is a significant upgrade from the existing A12 Bionic chipset.
As far as the camera is concerned, it will come with a 14-megapixel primary camera and with a 10-megapixel secondary camera which will house a telephoto lens and a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor.
The other significant features include – a 6.1-Inch and 6.5-Inch OLED display models, which will be very similar to last year’s iPhones and as said earlier, it will come with an 18W USB-C power adapter as part of the box. Apple is likely to also introduce support for the USB-C to lightning cable with the new iPhones.