31 May 2019
Among the most notable devices launching in the second half of this year are the iPhones and there’s so much speculation around them, despite the fact that Apple takes a tight grip on all the leak points. Well, no matter how tightly-bound privacy is, keen-eyed people manage to get what they are always searching for.
Now, Gizmochina seems to have obtained the live images of iPhone models’ cases. These are based on what the 3D CAD renders showed earlier. There are square cutouts on the alleged iPhone XI, the iPhone XI Max, and the affordable iPhone XIR. As per previous reports, the iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max will both add an extra camera to make a triple camera setup. On the other hand, the iPhone XIR will offer a dual camera setup, contrary to its predecessor that arrived with the only single rear camera. Note that the camera module of the iPhone XIR is square in shape just like its siblings despite it’s bearing the dual cameras.
The tech publication claims to have obtained these images from an industry source. Going by the images, there doesn’t seem to be any difference between the phone cases. These cases have a Kevlar-like appearance and should provide a good grip. Apart from the camera cutouts, there is a power button on the right while the volume rocker and a cut-out for the sleep key are on the left. The bottom cut-outs are done for charging port, the speaker, and the microphone.
Like the last time, the cheaper model will continue to feature the LCD model and the other two will have OLED panels.
In other related news, an alleged protective case of the iPhone XIR has appeared on Slashleaks. The render in the cases is said to be revealing the design. The render, however, reveals nothing new. The device is holding dual cameras on the back, supported by an LED flash and this setup is placed in a square shape module.
Note that factory CAD renders by the well-known tipster OnLeaks are already available and it’s not tough for anyone to come up with such case renders. Take such cases with a pinch of salt while we collect more information for you.