What’s in store for the new iPhone in 2019? We won’t officially know until the fall (most likely in September), but until then, you can bet that the rumor mill will be fully operational. This page will keep track of what’s being rumored as new features of the 2019 iPhones, and we’ll provide some analysis and whether or not a rumor seems feasible. Updated 09/09/19: A new rumor from MacRumors states that the 2019 iPhones have a new sensor co-processor code-named “Rose” or “R1.” Apple has used motion co-processors in the iPhone since the iPhone 5S in 2013. The first two (M7 and M8) were separate chips, but M9-M12 were integrated into the A-series processor. They process data from the accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, barometer, and even enable the microphone to listen for “Hey, Siri.” Basically, it’s custom circuitry to process sensor info in a very high-performance and low-power way, so it can be done even while the phone is in sleep mode. According to a new report from MacRumors, the iPhone 11 will include a new sensor coprocessor that goes by the codenames “Rose” or “R1.” MacRumors has seen reference to it in code from an internal build of iOS 13. It supposedly performs a simi...