The rumour reveals that Apple will go out of its way to make the upcoming iPhones much special and better than ever before. The device will be launching later this year, however, its first render leak has already shown up online.
Whatever the case, we really hope that the new iPhone for 2019 doesn't look like this. Yes, finally it looks like Apple is bringing three cameras on the rear panel of the new iPhone.
Apple iPhone XI camera setup will include three cameras in a triangle formation along with a hexa LED flash and a secondary noise cancellation microphone. Often that might mean that some details are inaccurate, like colours, textures or perhaps placement of sensors or cameras.
It is hard to say which variant will carry the three rear cameras. The cameras and LED flash are arranged in a squircle positioned in the top left corner of the phone. So, the design may change before the anticipated launch in September 2019. But it's worth noting that OnLeaks claimed these renders are from the early Engineering Validation Test (EVT) stage, so the design is still subject to change. There's no doubt the iPhone XI will support wireless charging and have aluminium core - even if it is for the premium models.
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