Apple’s iPhone 11 Might Debut Dual Bluetooth Streaming

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It seems like when you’ve finally got the latest iPhone, Apple is moving on to something bigger and better. After getting rid of the headphone jack, Apple has been making wireless audio its priority for the iPhone 11. Now Apple is exploring ways to have two audio signals to be transmitted to a single iPhone. Having multiple audio streams means that the user could connect two pairs of AirPods to the same iPhone. You could also connect the phone to a Speaker’s Bluetooth system while keeping your Bluetooth headset connected. There are lots of possibilities here, but wireless audio still has room for improvement.

Samsung smartphones already have this feature available, but they require Bluetooth 5.0 for it to work properly. Apple can implement dual audio in the same way, since many older iPhones already support Bluetooth 5.0. Therefore, owners of the iPhone 8, iPhone X, and iPhone XS would only need to update to the latest version of IOS to support the new feature.

Lastly, the iPhone 11 may bring back Touch ID. A new report says that Apple plans to reintroduce Touch ID alongside Face ID to create dual biometric security. However, all iPhones in 2019 will not be getting 5G technology as that is now being pushed back till 2020.