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iPhone 11 Max Olixar cases showcase triple rear cameras bump

25 June 2019 0

Apple must be working on its upcoming iPhone models which are due to launch in September. While we know the trend of the company like when it typically launches its new iPhone models, the information on them isn’t as concrete. We have a number of leaks on them and in fact, the CAD renders have already shown what these new iPhone 2019 models may look like, but nothing really substantial is available yet that could make us confident about its design.

Now the case maker Olixar has come up with cases for the alleged iPhone 11 Max. Listed on the UK retailer site MobileFun, these cases don’t reveal anything new. The render encased inside them looks identical to what’s posted by those leaks and reports already. You will find a new square camera bump with the new triple-camera array.

These images also reaffirm that this year’s iPhone will ship with Lightning connectivity as opposed to USB-C. However, it’s possible that Apple would include a Lightning to USB-C cable in the box, alongside a more powerful 18W wall adapter. From the front, the alleged iPhone 11 Max looks virtually identical to the iPhone XS Max. This shows that the renders are consistent with most rumors or what we have seen till now. But one thing is to notice, Apple appears to be reverting the mute switch back to a circulate slider.

Take these cases with a pinch of salt since iPhone specifications regularly leak to third-party case makers. The cases also match to some alleged real-life iPhone 2019 models’ cases that were leaked earlier this month. The upcoming iPhone models are expected to have A13 chips, reverse charging tech, and also better rear and selfie cameras.

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iPhone 11 Max Olixar cases showcase triple rear cameras bump
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