Rumors: New iPhones Can Charge AirPods; iOS 13 Won't Support iPhone SE & iPhone 6

According to the latest reports from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Debby Wu, all three upcoming to have almost identical design to the current version, but with Triple-lens cameras on two OLED models, with the third camera on these iPhones to offer a super wide-angle lens, and the second camera will add more options for zooming. Meanwhile, the next iPhone XR to adopt a dual-lens camera.

Furthermore, the article suggested that all three iPhones are expected to use the A13 processor and that mass production could begin as early as this month. Other features that Apple will introduce to the new iPhones include the ability to charge AirPods through the back of the devices, and the "auto-correction feature" to "fit people back into a photo who may have been accidentally cut out."

French blog iPhoneSoft reports that a senior engineer who participated in iOS 13 development revealed to them that the next generation of iOS, iOS 13 will not support older devices such as iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s. iPad mini 2 and iPad Air, but the iPod touch will still be supported.

If this rumor is true, then iOS 13 will be the final path for a large number of still active devices, in particular, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, released in 2014, have performed great market success in their flagship cycle, becoming the best-selling iPhone, and have been used by many people until now.

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