The closer we creep to the fall release of Apple’s new lineup, the more we learn. While we have a fairly good idea of what the outside of the new devices will look like, we’re finally getting some indications of what the internals will be like. New photos published recently allegedly show the internals of Apple’s upcoming “iPhone 11” lineup. The images were published by Slashleaks
The new iPhones’ internals look to be in for a big change this time around. While the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max models used L-shaped logic boards, the photos indicate Apple will be making a return to a rectangular logic board.
The new design appears to make room for a larger battery and to allow for the triple-lens camera. As pointed out by 9to5Mac, The straight triangle layout, which should nestle in on the right-hand side of the device, should offer plenty of room for a bigger battery on the left-hand side of the phone.
Well-respected industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted the iPhone 11 battery will offer a 20% increase in battery capacity, the iPhone 11 Max will see a 10% battery capacity bump, and the iPhone XR successor will receive a slight battery increase. The new batteries are expected to support bilateral wireless charging for Apple’s AirPods.
As is normal for photos like these, we won’t know anything for sure until Apple unveils the new iPhone lineup in the fall, so stay tuned.