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 iOS 14 code leaks iPhone 9 details

Coronavirus has affected many telecommunication companies, but Apple is still launching its new products on the go. A recent report has confirmed that Apple will roll out its iOS 14 on time this summer. iOS 14 beta is said to reveal the new iPad Pro details, iPhone 9, new Apple TV remotes, AirTags, and more. 

In addition to this, one of our sources has reported that iOS 14 code leaked details about the upcoming new iPad Pro, which reveals that it would be updated with a new triple-lens camera array-like previous supply chain. Besides this, this upcoming iPad Pro’s camera setup will be built with a time-of-flight 3D sensor, an ultra-wide lens, a wide-angle lens, and a telephoto lens too. It is a big update from the current iPad Pro. The best thing about the camera will be that the time-of-flight sensor that will probably be equipped with new features of augmented reality. 

A report even suggested that Apple is busy creating a new augmented reality application for iOS 14. With the help of this application, users can get more information about the world around them through AR.

In addition to this, the ios 14 code also leaked the details of the upcoming iPhone 9. According to the report, the new iPhone 9 will be designed in such a way that it will support Touch ID and Express Transit capabilities.

Although the release date of the new iPhone has not been confirmed yet, there are reports that the new iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2 will be launched alongside the release of iOS 13.4.

Aside from revealing the details about new iPad Pro and iPhone 9, ios code also includes details about 

Apple TV. iOS 14 leaked the tidbit that there will also be a new Apple TV remote. According to some of our news sources, Apple is also developing new Apple TV applications so that users can download exercises and workouts and can get trained via the Apple TV

We have reports that the iOS 14 code also includes details on Apple’s upcoming AirTag item trackers. Those users who will have the newest Apple iPhone models can track AirTags through augmented reality. 

 

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