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Apple iPhone XI Max alleged cases match the design of renders leaked earlier

09 May 2019 3

Apple iPhone XI Max alleged cases have appeared online and the renders inside these cases match to the design revealed by the known leaker and journalist Steve Hemmerstoffer, who offers leaks via his Twitter name OnLeaks. Back in April, the leaker came up with some CAD renders of the device in collaboration of CashKaro.com. Now, the new leak surfaced on Slashleaks is showing off the design that matches those CAD renders.

As you would see the case renders are showing the same triple rear cameras placement. The bunch of images shared on the leaks aggregator site shows the device from all angles. On the front, the alleged iPhone XI Max has a wide notch and it looks quite similar to the iPhone XS Max. However, the source of the collaborated site claims that the notch might have been reduced by the makers.

The iPhone XI Max is expected to feature a 6.5-inch display size. It will measure nearly 157.6 x77.5 x8.1mm. The device seems to have a lightning port with no USB-C and the device may have a slight shift in the position of rear microphones.

In CashKaro’s dedicated post on camera bump design of the iPhone models of 2019, it has been stated that all three lenses in the module include a circular glass on top of them. This is present separately on all the lenses and then these are surrounded by a thin ring, offering a refined look to the camera.

The 2019 iPhones are said to have better rear and selfie cameras and both iPhone XI and XI Max will have OLED panels. More is yet to know about the 2019 iPhones and we are still very far from the launch of them. So, stay tuned.



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