The month of September will be the time Apple is releasing their new iPhones. Manufacturing has begun for Apple’s up and coming iPhones. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing has begun early test generation of the A13 processor that will be in Apple’s new phone, conceivably called the iPhone 11, as indicated by a Bloomberg report Friday referring to anonymous sources. The chip could allegedly enter large scale manufacturing as ahead of schedule this month.
Reports keep stating that their new phones will have three rear cameras and reverse charging. Although expectations are low concerning the iPhone 11 having a 5G version. Prior to the new iPhones that are coming, Apple will show their next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 13 during it’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWC) by June.