Last month, iOS 13 code revealed Apple was working on Smart Battery Cases for its newest iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Now, 9to5Mac has again discovered more references to these unreleased cases within today’s release of iOS 13.2. Guilherme Rambo writes, “Today’s release of iOS 13.2 confirms that and provides us a first look at the new cases.”
Check out the image of the Smart Battery Case for the new iPhone 11 line up below:
The Smart Battery Case looks just like Apple’s previous versions, but this time with a larger square cutout for the rear camera bump.
For power users, these Smart Battery Cases will further increase iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro battery life. Apple sells its Smart Battery Case for $179 CAD for the iPhone XS line up. Hopefully, prices remain the same and don’t go up.
Apple today announced new AirPods Pro and also released iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2 and tvOS 13.2, plus a 13.2 HomePod software update.
Other articles in the category: News
Apple Gangnam Grand Opening Set for March 31 in South Korea
Apple has previewed its newest retail location, Apple Gangnam, in Seoul's vibrant and world-renowned Gangnam District. The iPhone maker says this exciting retail space will provide customers with an opportunity to explore the company’s innovative lineup of products and services, receive top-notch support from a highly knowledgeable team, and participate in free Today at Apple...
Canada’s 2023 Budget to Tackle Internet Overage and Telecom Roaming Fees
The federal government, in its 2023 budget released today, aims to tackle the issue of junk fees that Canadians face daily, specifically calling out internet overage charges and telecom roaming fees. These unexpected, hidden, and additional fees accumulate rapidly, affecting the affordability of various services for Canadians, explains the government. Ottawa plans to collaborate with...
How to Use Back Tap on iPhone [VIDEO]
Tap tap to take a screenshot, or open Camera. You can set up Back Tap to perform an action when you double-tap or triple-tap the back of your device.