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iPhone XI concept completes the leaked render but it still doesn't look alluring

10 January 2019 3

We might have gotten a chance to see what could be the 2019 iPhone look like. Well, there are currently no cemented proofs on the same but we are proceeding with the fact that there would three rear cameras on the phone and those too put in such a weird placement (well multiple cameras!) The render came from one of the reliable tipsters of the tech industry – OnLeaks, so we can at least have some reliance on the same. Based on this render, comes a conceptual design, thanks to Ben Geskin who has been imagining the designs of the upcoming phones based on leaks and rumors.

The conceptualized design of the purported iPhone XI shows a complete look. The leaked render showed only the back of the design but the designer completes it with his imagination. He has also put three colors of this upcoming iPhone giving us an idea what could come.

The front design of the iPhone XI is based on the report came earlier stating that 2019 iPhones will retain the display notch, however, there are also equal reports which are against this notion and expect Apple to come with a notchless iPhone. Well, moving on from the topic which is highly debatable; the alleged iPhone X1 is imagined with a small display notch. The back is similar to what the leaked render revealed; it has three cameras placed in a square module.

Geskin has shown three main finishes of the alleged iPhone XI and these seem to be Gold, White, and Black.

Well, take the leaked render and its derived designs with the grain of salt right now as these are quite an early look and are subject to change as well.



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