Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co has started production of a new chip for Apple Inc's next line of iPhones launching later this year, according to people familiar with the matter.
The new A13 chip will be built on the 7nm process and will offer enhanced EUV (Extreme Ultraviolet) lithography. They say that the new high-end models are codenamed D43 and D44, while the successor to the iPhone XR is called N104 internally.
This time it's Japanese blog Mac Otakara passing on the leaked info, and the gist is that green and lavender colors are going to be among the six available when the iPhone XR 2 arrives in September.
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That's not all, the third camera will have a zoom with a broader range and the tech minds at Apple are reportedly working on an interesting feature that will put you right back into the frame if you have been cut out by mistake.
The report adds that the third camera on the XS and XS Max sequels will have an ultra wide-angle lens for "larger and more detailed photos".
The potential price increase would do nothing to help Apple's falling iPhone sales, believed to be the result of high prices and lack of interest in new features.
The same Boomberg report mentions how iPhone XS and iPhone XS will become a half millimeter thicker, and there are rumors saying this additional camera will be put alongside two more lenses on the back of the iPhone, all in one square.