The launch of Apple iPhone 11 is a few months away but on the web, there have already been several rumours and leaks which shows its looks and design. Out of all the rumours, there is one persistent thing about the upcoming iPhone 11 that it will get a triple-lens rear camera setup. Almost every image that is trending on the web right now depicts this particular design. Also, the front camera of the iPhone is expected to get updated from 7MP to 12MP.
If we look at the design shown in the rendered images, it shares almost the same design from the front as its predecessors. Some reports suggest that iPhone 11 may feature a smaller notch as compared to the current iPhone X series, and the phone will also be slightly bigger in size.
Various leaks and rendered images of the phone have shown a square camera cutout at the rear, which shows that the triple rear cameras will be housed in a large square bump. But the bump visible in the most recent renderings is looking much thinner than the previously rendered images.
We can expect that thinner bump will be available in the premium version of the iPhone 11 but the design of the affordable iPhone 11R is expected to feature the same bump as shown in the earlier leaks, which would be on the thicker side. The cameras are also expected to offer advanced 3D sensing and will use stereoscopic vision.
With so many leaks and rendered images, one gets confused but most of them can be expected to be true. The iPhone 11 series is expected to be available in 3 variants: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and the iPhone 11R, which can be expected as a successor to the iPhone XR. The famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that iPhone 11 will come equipped with a huge battery with much better talk time and standby time in comparison to the current generations of iPhones.
The iPhone 11 series will get powered by an A13 SoC from TMSC, who is the chip supplier for Apple. Apart from that, the upcoming models of the iPhone are likely to come with reverse wireless charging. Well, there are an ample of leaks and images suggesting the looks or design of the iPhone 11 but truly we will come to know about the smartphone once Apple launches it in September 2019.
Rendered Images Source: BGR