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iPhone 11 dummy models get hands-on treatment by MKBHD [video]

17 July 2019 0

If you have been following iPhone 11 rumors on a regular basis, you must have noticed that there is one thing which is common to all of them. It is the square-shaped camera bump on the back panel which looks strange and out of place. We have seen the disputed bump in renders but now, renowned YouTuber MKBHD has shared a hands-on video featuring iPhone 11 dummy models.

These alleged iPhone 11 dummy models have been created by Sonny Dickson and are based on all the leaked information so far. There are three models said to be of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R which will be succeeding currently available iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR respectively.

All the three models are shown with the square-shaped camera bump that has not been well-received by fans as well as many critics. The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max models have a triple rear camera setup expected to feature a telephoto lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens along with the main lens. As for the cheaper iPhone 11R, there is a dual rear camera setup where the secondary lens is expected to be an ultra-wide-angle sensor.

Other than the camera bump, the whole design is said to be exactly similar to the current-gen iPhone XI series and older iPhone X series. This is slightly surprising as Apple has been following the trend of changing the iPhone design after two generations for some time. Nevertheless, you can check out the complete iPhone 11 dummy model hands-on video below to get a better idea of what these upcoming iPhone models might look like in real.

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iPhone 11 dummy models get hands-on treatment by MKBHD [video]
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