The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R (or whatever Apple ends up calling it) are basically shaping up to be "S" upgrades to last year's "S" upgrade. Rumors are already swirling about the handsets with leaks of its new design and specs getting Apple fanatics talking and cringing at the phones new triple camera design.
As reported earlier today, the iPhone 11 trio is also rumored to include Dual Audio support. It should be capable of generating a 3D map of your fingerprint regardless of where you place your finger. Interesting enough, by implementing the feature via Bluetooth 5.0, the Cupertino's company could easily backport, if they are interested, the feature to older iPhones that also have Bluetooth 5.0 onboard - iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, XS Max, and XR.
As developers dig into the beta, we may learn more about how or why Apple is removing 3D Touch from its smartphones - perhaps advanced technology will allow the company to replicate the best 3D Touch features via software? Second, they introduced at least one new marquee feature like Touch ID or Siri.
Apple is reportedly going to unveil three new iPhones in September 2019: a 5.8-inch OLED model, a 6.5-inch OLED model, and a 6.1-inch LCD model. As a result, a soft press and a firm press can trigger two different actions.
At this point in time it's hard to verify the claims made by Barclays, though with iOS 13 due to be previewed next week, we may see hints of Apple shifting away from 3D Touch as expected.
The CMA first raised its eyebrows at the firm previous year following 2017's iPhone throttling controversy, which saw Apple forced to admit that iOS 10.2.1 was deliberately hamstringing the performance of older iPhones, despite mentioning bug fixes and improvements in the release notes. Apple's 3D Touch technology has been a staple of its flagship smartphones for nearly half a decade now. The latest analyst note mirrors a report from The Wall Street Journal back in January.