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The new iPhone 11 leaked is more exciting than it looks

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The new iPhone 11 leaked is more exciting than it looks

Design changes have been the focus of most iPhone leaks in 2019 so far, but upcoming phones will be more than just an upgraded iPhone XS model. 

The analyst of TF International Securities, Ming Chi-ku, issued a new note over the weekend claiming that the new iPhone 2019 models will contain "huge changes" in the antenna structure due to a change in suppliers as well as the technology used in antenna manufacture.

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During the 9to5Mac relays, Kue doubled from his claim last year: the 2019 models of the iPhone would use a modified PI antenna structure. 

He explains that the current antenna structure of the liquid crystal polymer (LCP) limits iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR, and that LCP production problems can affect cellular transport.

Moving to the modified PI structure will not only result in improvements in production, but will also lower the cost of Apple. Consumers must not be able to determine the difference. 

However, Kuo still expects Apple to spend between 10-20% on antenna technology on an annual basis because of ultra-broadband upgrades. 

It is clear that these promotions, mentioned by KO for the first time in February, will improve the internal navigation capabilities of the iPhone.

In addition to improvements to the antenna, Kuo also says that Career Technology for Apple's parts supplier will lose its new iPhone purchase orders in 2019 and will not receive any new orders for iPad or Apple Watch production.

Finally, Kuo predicts that new iPhone shipments will be fixed on an annual basis in the second half of 2019, while reaffirming that Apple will adopt the 5G technology for its iPhone line in 2020, and will then return to the LCP antennas.

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