iPhone 11 could support Bluetooth streaming to two devices
The upcoming iPhone could allow you to stream audio to two Bluetooth devices at the same time, according to Mac Otakara. This means you can connect two Bluetooth earphones or speakers to simultaneously stream audio from a single iPhone. This handy feature, presently available on some newer Samsung and Huawei handsets, will help iPhone 11 to match its premium competitors. Here's more.
The ability to stream audio to two Bluetooth devices simply allows more flexibility to users. Hence, you could connect your iPhone to your home speakers as well as earphones or pair two earphones to stream music from one iPhone. And while the report doesn't confirm which iPhones would get this nifty feature, we expect Apple to enable it on all the upcoming iPhones.
Apple will reportedly launch three models this year. As per recent leaks, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will feature a square-ish, bumpy triple camera setup on the back whereas iPhone 11r will get a dual lens setup. Further, all three models will look like their predecessors with a wide notched screen, all-glass bodies, a Lightning port, and a missing headphone jack.
Meanwhile, according to a tip-off by Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, the triple lens camera setup on the premium OLED iPhones will comprise a 12MP telephoto lens, 12MP wide-angle lens, and another 12MP super-wide-angle lens supplied by Sony. Further, all three upcoming iPhones will feature 12MP front cameras - a significant upgrade from the 7MP selfie snapper found on the current batch of iPhones.
Further, for this upcoming batch of phones, Apple will continue with similar screen sizes like the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone Xr. The premium iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max models will feature 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays, respectively. And, the lower-cost iPhone 11r will sport a 6.1-inch LCD display.
Recently, Mac Otakara reported that iPhone 11 will support two-way wireless charging - a feature we've already seen on Galaxy S10 flagships and Huawei flagships. The report notes that the next iPhone will be able to wirelessly charge devices like AirPods and Apple Watch. Notably, the all-new AirPods 2 also features a wireless charging case, suggesting iPhone 11 would offer reverse wireless charging.