Leak may reveal two new colors coming to this year’s iPhone 11R

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		Jacob Siegal			@Jacob

Mobile Leak may reveal two new colors coming to this year’s iPhone 11R Jacob Siegal @Jacob

Although we have already seen enough renders and leaks on the web for these smartphones, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has shared a new image on Twitter, showing the alleged case moulds of all the three upcoming iPhones.

We still don't know what the phones will actually be called, but considering how early we knew the names of both the iPhone XS and iPhone XR previous year, it's only a matter of time before these leak as well. These will be placed, together with an LED flash, inside a square shaped box believed to be the same size as that of the box housing the rumored triple-camera setup for the 2019 iPhone XS and XS Max.

Based on Gurman's recent report, Apple's chip manufacturer TSMC has started producing the new processor that will be powering this year's Apple iPhones. Pictured: General view of customers at the Apple Covent Garden re-opening and iPhone XR launch at Apple store, Covent Garden on October 26, 2018 in London, England. The chipset is being dubbed as A13 and was in the early test phrases last month. This will be done presumably by the intelligent use of the ultra-wide angle lens.

"We estimate a price increase of around 14% is required to absorb the impact of a 25% tariff, keeping margin dollars for all players in the supply chain constant", the analysts said in a note to clients according to CNBC. What's interesting here is that Apple will also be adding some software magic into the fray as it will now include an auto-correction feature which can "fit people back into a photo who may have been accidentally cut out".

According to analyst Kantar, the iPhone XR was the best-selling smartphone in the United Kingdom during the first three months of 2019, though Android is more popular by far across Europe - accouting for nearly 80 percent of phones.