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This year's iPhones without "iPhone" on the back?

The latest information from China provides us with curiosity about this year's phones under the sign of a bitten apple. An anonymous user, claiming to be a Foxconn employee (Chinese factory assembling the iPhone), shared the latest information on future smartphones on the Q&A site, Zhihu. The list is from 30 July, according to Slashleaks.

Much of the information on the page coincides with the rumors we have heard before. However, this is unverified and may simply be fake - it should be treated with a grain of salt.

The guide also informs that at least one of the iPhones will have a new, dark green color. This coincides with reports of new colors for the iPhone XR - green and lavender.

The back glass may have a matte finish, as previously said by Ming-Chi Kuo analyst. According to him, all three new smartphones will have a matte finish on the back glass, or at least in part of it.

What interests us the most is information about the inscription "iPhone" on the back of the phone. According to the source, it is to be removed. We have no information to confirm this. Thinking in the minimalist design language of Apple and the popularity of the iPhone, such movement can take place, but it is not clear.

The front of the devices will not change significantly. The only major change is the highly likely removal of 3D Touch from phone screens. This is related to the slimming of the display. Personally, I really feel sorry for this function, it is a very good complement to everyday use. As a consolation, Apple will introduce Haptic Touch support to its phones. iOS 13 introduces this feature on all phones, even iPhone SE will get it.

The new iPhone 11 Max will get a battery with a capacity of 3969 mAh, the source says. This is a new value and is not confirmed by previous reports. There was also a rumor on the network about the possible naming of new Apple smartphones. One of them is to receive the Pro tip, just like the iPad Pro or Mac Pro.

The above information should be treated in moderation because it has not been confirmed by other sources. We are looking forward to the premiere of new devices in September.

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