We probably won’t see Apple’s next iPhone — possibly called the iPhone 11 — until this fall, but 2019 is already shaping up to be a banner year for phones. We’re just a few months out from the dawn of 5G, the next generation of cellular technology, which has the potential to increase connectivity speeds by an order of magnitude (or two). The first phones with foldable displays are now moving from prototype to production. And we’re already seeing phones with incredibly advanced camera technology on store shelves — five lenses! 48 megapixels! — with even higher-resolution imaging on the way. And, as far as we know, the next generation iPhone will have none of it. Here’s every iPhone ever made from 2007 to today 48 Photos With all of the biggest players set to debut 5G phones in 2019, all of the signals suggest that Apple won’t join them until 2020 — at the earliest. With the company still working to bring OLED displays to the entirety of its lineup, foldable screens don’t seem to be a realistic route on Apple’s near-term roadmap. There are some rumors about the next generation of Face ID — including better performance in lower… Read full this story
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