iPhone 11 will be improving its rear cameras and the face ID features

Apple is used to always being ahead of the competition. Up to 2018, Apple had been the unopposed leader of the phone industry. Every time I would talk about phones at the back of my head I would quietly wish I had an Apple device. However, with the reports about facial recognition technology for cars, Apple is starting to lose focus. Something that is unprecedented for them. We have always known them to be sharp and alert. The rumors about them only caring about revenue comes as a huge shock to us. I can’t imagine a tech company that doesn’t care about its users. Time and again we have made it blindingly clear that the user and the programmer have equal parts to play in the system. As the release date for the iPhone 11 beckons users are starting to get excited about what features it might implement.

Looking at the competition, 2019 is not going to be an easy year for Apple. The likes of Samsung are completely up to date with current technology. As a matter of fact, Samsung has released its first flagship devices for the year. Their new punch hole design is quite a step in the right direction. However, it is sad to say that Apple has not mentioned anything about doing away with its notch technology.

Features expecting improvement on the iPhone 11

We have seen fan concepts that have told us a lot about what to expect from the iPhone 11. Recently, we have come to the realization that what is likely to change is the rear camera technology and the Face Id feature. In a patent we had posted here we discussed how Apple might be thinking about implementing triple cameras. This would be quite an improvement considering Samsung cameras are already close to perfect. Will this feature help them close the gap on Google Pixel? They would like to think so.

Their coveted Face Id feature is also up for improvement. Apple is planning to add more sensors that would make the technology work way better. Personally, I can’t wait to see what they do to improve this feature.