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iPhone 2019 models' case moldings surface, concept renders give a real life-like tour

14 May 2019 3

The tech world is filling with more and more leaks on the yet-to-arrive iPhone models. The CAD renders and endless leaks have already told what to expect from the design. There are going to be the three new iPhone models, successors to the last year models and this year too, only two of them will hold the OLED display panel and the cheaper among them will embrace the LCD panel.

Also, the recent report from Bloomberg citing people familiar with the matter has disclosed that the two iPhones namely the successor to iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max will hold the triple rear cameras placed inside a square module accompanied by an LED flash as well. The third of the pack, however, will only offer dual cameras and reside in the same square module. This is contrary to its predecessor, iPhone XR that came with a single rear camera only. So, expect the iPhone XR 2019 to gain some interesting camera features from the last year models.

Furthermore, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg has now come up with the case molding of these phones. The image shows all the iPhone models have their rear cameras placed in a square module and while the two high-end models have triple rear cameras, one has only two cameras on the back.

To give some shape to the leaks and renders, a graphic artist Hasan Kaymak has conceptualized the design that can be used for any future reference. These concept renders look quite beautiful, though many wouldn’t agree to go for this design. Take a look -


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