iPhone 11 reportedly to have A13 Chip, Reverse Charging, and Triple-Rear Camera setup


The upcoming Apple’s iPhone is reportedly said to be in its way to the production lineup. And now, the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing has also started early test production of the A13 processor which will be the processor of the upcoming iPhone, possibly called as the iPhone 11.

According to a report by Bloomberg, the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing company has started the test production of the A13 chips which will power the upcoming iPhone 11. The report also claims that it could enter into the mass production by the end of this month.

Apple is expected to unveil its latest iPhone device in September 2019. However, before the actual release, we have seen a couple of rumors revealing the overall design of the latest iPhone model. We already know that the iPhone 11 will come with triple-rear camera setup and reverse charging functionality. However, there are a lot more things to see about the coming iPhone model.

But before revealing its latest iPhone device, Apple is expected to reveal the next generation mobile operating system, iOS 13 at its annual WWDC which will commence on June 3. At this event, the company is expected to reveal some more a new version of MacOS and an App Store for the Apple Watch.

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