Apple’s best iPhone is reportedly the iPhone XR, says Forbes and the reason is the fact that it balances the price you pay for it with some compromises.
iPhone XR2, the new star of Apple
Forbes’ Gordon Kelly says that “the iPhone 11 is looking like a dog’s breakfast,” and that’s why the further info reveals the fact that the iPhone XR2 is the device worth getting all the hype.
The online publication is citing supply chain sources mentioned by Japanese site Macotakara which claims that the iPhone XR2 will be upgraded to have a dual rear camera.
It will also reportedly add a telephoto lens like the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max.
Forbes’ article wrote that all of this would make paying for an iPhone 11 seem even less appealing for users. More than that, Apple is expected to increase the flagship prices all over again.
The latest info claims that the iPhone XR2 will be getting the very same primary upgraded camera as the iPhone 11 and fast charging in the box thanks to a bundled USB-C to Lightning 18W charger.
Forbes says that the only negative fact might be that Apple has been tipped to give the iPhone XRs the same triple cameras as the premium models but this may be too good to be true.
The source’s reliability
Regarding Macotakara’s reliability, Forbes says that “it has had some misses, but the site continues to earn respect for its deep links into Apple’s Asian supply chain, and it was famous for being first to leak that Apple was dropping the headphone jack.”
The conclusion is that this source is worth taking seriously.
Speaking about iPhone-related leaks, there’s been a new feature that improves the device leaked by the UK Government. You can read the details about that specific leak in the previous article we’ve published.
After finishing Theatrical Journalism at the Faculty of Theatre and Television in Cluj-Napoca, Rada reviewed movies, books, theatre pieces and she also wrote articles from the IT niche as a content editor for software producers. At the moment, she is working with various online advertising firms.