first_imgStay on target Apple is reportedly planning to release three new iPhone models again this fall, according to The Wall Street Journal.People “familiar with the matter” also tipped new camera features, including a triple rear shooter for the highest-end model, and a double rear cam for the other two.The rumored upgrade is Apple’s attempt to catch up with rivals like Samsung and Huawei, which last year released handsets featuring four rear cameras and three rear cameras, respectively.Following in its competition’s footsteps, Cupertino is considering a trio of lenses for its 2019 flagship model, which would succeed the dual-rear-cam iPhone XS Max, the Journal said.That fits with a product photo leaked last week on Twitter. Back from September 2019, I bring you the very 1st and very early glimpse at which I guess #Apple will unveil as #iPhoneXI!!! Yes, time has already come to meet the new #iPhone through gorgeous 5K renders made on behalf of new coming Partner @digitindia -> https://t.co/b6SxFUS2tx pic.twitter.com/97jrlTHQ5G— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) January 6, 2019The next-gen XR model, meanwhile, is likely to get a boost from a single- to dual-camera system, allowing users to take better-quality photos.Despite sluggish sales of Apple’s liquid-crystal display iPhone XR, the company is sticking with the cheaper screen option for this year’s heir—mostly because product planning has progressed too far to turn back now.But, consumers can expect a shift to OLED (as seen on current XS models) in 2020; organic light-emitting diodes are believed to provide better contrast than less expensive LCD.Apple did not immediately respond to Geek’s request for comment.The tight-lipped tech titan in September introduced its latest lineup of mobile phones: XS, XS Max (boasting the largest iPhone display ever), and XR—none of which come with an old-fashioned headphone jack.But can modest improvements and posh price tags help the world’s most valuable company (worth more than $1 trillion) regain its top spot among global vendors?The US-based firm in 2018 slipped to third place, behind Asian manufacturers Samsung and Huawei.More on Geek.com:New Mophie Battery Cases Solve Dumb iPhone Port ProblemTeen Charged for Selling Sock Disguised as iPhoneWater-Resistant iPhone Saves Tourist’s’ Lives After Boat Overturnscenter_img These Razer Cases Will Keep Your iPhone 11 Cool While GamingiPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro Have More Cameras, More Problems last_img