As happens every year, the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) becomes a platform for Apple to showcase its upcoming iPhones. This time as well the brand takes an opportunity to show its iOS devices in EEC’s regulatory database before the company announces its devices officially.
If you are keen to know the model numbers, take a look: A2111, A2160, A2161, A2215, A2216, A2217, A2218, A2219, A2220, A2221, and A2223.
EEC Database Showcases 2019 iPhone Models
Is it only iPhone that gets showcased in Eurasian Economic Commission? No, EEC database logs devices that rely on encryption technologies. In January, Apple registered its iPad Air and iPad mini 5 before its official release.
Although Apple products are much talked about on blogosphere before its launch and release, most media outlets treat them as rumors. But in EEC, sometimes we get precise information about the future Apple devices.
Apple’s registration has eleven device SKUs as ‘Apple smartphones’.
Model numbers A2111, A2161, A2215 are probably iPhone XR successor. The other models will be for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max.
Since Apple sells multiple variants of the iPhone in different geographies with the option of locked and unlocked devices and a physical dual SIM device for China, there can be many model numbers in the EEC database.
Apple has retained the design of 2019 devices as there might be zero difference between iPhone X Max and 11 Max. The external appearance is more or less similar except for the matte finish for the back glass in 2019 iPhones.
Camera upgrades will be the key highlight in 2019 iPhones in addition to updates like bilateral wireless charging for AirPods and more robust Apple A13 chip.
For iPhone XR and XS, Apple to install an extra camera; thus, iPhone XR of 2019 will have a dual-camera module, and for the first time, iPhone 11 and 11 Max will boast a triple-camera system. This triple-lens camera requires a square camera bump to fit the new cameras.
It is believed that Apple is going to install the extra lens made by Sony. This might expand the range of zoom available in the iPhone camera app.
By using computer vision technology, Apple is likely to combine data from each of the three cameras together to get detailed photos at a standard zoom level. The tech giant will also improve its front-facing camera to get better quality photos.
Unlike any other rumor, which is circulated on different blogs, this information seems more reliable as it is registered with the Eurasian Economic Commission.
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