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New iPhone XI renders show triple rear camera setup with big bump

26 April 2019 2

Even though we are still a few months away from the unveiling of 2019 iPhone lineup, there has been no stopping to the leaks and rumors. It is time for a new leak coming from an online publication CashKaro in collaboration with well-known tipster @OnLeaks. It comprises of a few high-quality renders and a 360-degree video showing the upcoming iPhone's design from all sides.

The first thing to notice in the renders is the weird-looking iPhone XI triple rear camera setup. The three sensors have been shown on the top left corner but placed inside a square module. Within the module, three sensors are arranged in triangular shape along with LED flash. The module also has a significant bump which is another thing that makes it quite weird looking.

As for the front panel, the iPhone XI is said to sport a 5.8-inch display with a notch at the top. The notch shape is exactly the same as the iPhone XS from the last year. But as for the size, Apple is claimed to have reduced the thickness of the notch as well as the bezels. Overall, the dimensions are said to be 143.9 x 71.4 x 7.8mm but it is about 9mm including the rear camera bump.

Apple is reported to have a different type of mute button with the iPhone XI. As for the USB Type-C port, it seems like Apple fans will still have to wait for some more time. The new iPhones are expected to continue with the lightning jack. You can check the complete design in the video below.



New iPhone XI renders show triple rear camera setup with big bump
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The same kind of images is getting repeated, especially for the camera setup of the upcoming iPhone XI. Looks like it's indeed going to be exactly the same kind of placement and design.

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