This week's major Apple news was just about every Apple news page and YouTube report channel dealing with physical models of the alleged iPhone 11 (or iPhone XI). We've also heard bad Apple iPhone loyalty news and many new details about the upcoming 2020 iPhones, including the advanced processor that is said to be on the move.
For the latest information, see the Apple News overview below!  Last week's Apple News:
- Models for the 2019 iPhone make the rounds on YouTube: Several Apple news sites now offer physical models for the iPhone from 2019. You can see examples above see on this page. From left to right you have the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11R and the iPhone 11 Max.
- 2020 iPhones could be equipped with a ToF sensor on the back: Apparently, Apple has asked one of its manufacturing partners for the required components By 2020, a ToF sensor (time-of-flight) will be mounted on the back of the iPhones. This would not only improve the photo and video quality, but also lead to better AR and VR experiences.
- 2020 iPhones could also be equipped with 5 nm chips: We assume that the iPhones will introduce the new A13 chipset in 2019, which, like last year's A12, will be based on a 7 nm design. However, there is considerable evidence that the 2020 iPhones will have 5nm chips.
- iPhone loyalty drops to an all-time low, according to study: There are supposedly fewer people who love their iPhone a new report. According to the report, the iPhone loyalty is 73 percent, a decrease of 15 percent over the previous year. According to the same source, the Android loyalty is 92 percent.
- Apple cares less about expiring parts, but more about CAD files: The CAD files that leak out of Apple and give us lifelike renderings (such as the physical models) In the photo above Article) there is a big problem, Apple thinks. As such, concern for individual parts exiting factories is reduced and instead more effort is made to prevent CAD data leakage.
- An 11-year-old girl's iPhone reportedly exploded: A Californian girl claims to have her iPhone 6 exploded spontaneously. The device started to twinkle in her hands, causing her to throw the phone through the room, where it finally went up in flames. Apple says it's being investigated.
- Apple Uses Big Stakes on Both Original TV Shows and Podcasts: According to several reports, Apple spends up to $ 15 million on every episode of an exclusive television show, investing heavily in the development of podcasting exclusively Apple Music are reserved.
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