This is an iPhone image that has been uploaded to iOS 13 after returning to recovery mode, the point of note is the USB-C cable icon, above the MacBook instead of iTunes as before. Partly because the new macOS 10.15 has completely removed the name "iTunes".
The point is the change of the USB-C cable instead of the Lightning cable as before. Many comments from foreign technology sites have suggested that iPhone 2019 (iPhone XI) will change to USB-C.
However, this observation is "ambiguous", the feature when USB-C cable images and upward arrows are used for MacBooks, not in the form of plugging into the iPhone – in the way of using Lightning USB-C. I tried the old MacBook (from 2015 onwards) and the iPhone was on iOS 13 plugged in via USB-A to Lightning, Recovery mode was still the USB-C icon and the MacBook as above.