With the launch of the new iPhone, preferably the iPhone 11 series launch being imminent in September this year, reports are emerging already of what to expect from these trios of iPhones. Until now, there are significant reports that suggest the new trio of iPhones will be the proud successors of the current iPhones line up that includes – the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and including a mighty upgrade for the cheaper iPhone XR as well.
Up until now, earlier reports have revealed that upcoming iPhones would feature triple rear cameras similar to what we have witnessed on the Huawei Mate 20 phone and a shift from the single rear camera to dual rear camera for the iPhone XR. Besides, the 2019 iPhones would also be featuring A13 Bionic chipset, which inevitably would be compelling and 4G modems made by Intel. Moreover, the iPhones this year are said to be having improved Face ID sensor and an upgraded 12MP front cameras as well.
And now, adding to these earlier described features, a new report from Japanese Blog Macotakara has revealed the upcoming iPhone 11 series would be featuring dual Bluetooth audio support. It suggests us that similar to Bluetooth 5.0, which we have witnessed in the recent Android flagships out there, Apple would also be adding similar support for the next iPhones this year.
To put it plainly, with dual Bluetooth audio output in the iPhone 11 series, users can connect to two sets of AirPods simultaneously to the new iPhone and can listen/share music accordingly. This isn’t actually possible with the current iPhones because the device only allows users to connect to a single audio gear or speaker at once.
The report further explains this feature by suggesting that with iPhone 11 or XI users can connect the device to their car and Bluetooth headphones simultaneously and can seamlessly hear navigation through car audio output and can listen to their favorite music on their headphones as well.
With the addition of this new feature, Apple is also said to be supporting dual wireless charging with the upcoming iPhones. Dual wireless charging has already been implemented in recent flagships such as the latest Galaxy S10 series and the Huawei P30 series as well. With the dual/bilateral wireless charging feature, iPhone 11 users can charge their recently launched wireless AirPods charging case by placing on the rear of the device wirelessly. So, what do you think of this Apple’s new implementation of this new feature? Do let us know in the comment box below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.