iPhone XI leaks stats horizontal triple camera setup with flash around the camera.

iPhone XI leaks stats horizontal triple camera setup with flash around the middle camera.

As we all know, Apple launched three iPhone models in 2018(iPhone XS,iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR) and expected to launch three new models again in 2019. The lower variant will be next-gen iPhone XR and the other two variants will be the successor of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

New leaks stats that 2019 iPhone (might be named as iPhone XI) could feature triple camera set up at the rear. As far as we know, Compareraja got access to the new leaks and renders of the upcoming 2019 iPhones

Let us see the leaked renders (Source – CompareRaja)

 

As we saw above, there is nothing much changed in the front of the iPhone.It has a noticeable change in the notch, the notch is smaller and bezels are thinner which is quite unnoticeable in the pic. The main difference lies behind the iPhone.Yes, it has three camera set up which is placed horizontally. The flash lies around the middle camera. The mic is placed below the center camera.Ring/silent switch is placed on the left side of iPhone along with volume rockers. The other side of the iPhone has a power button.

As the feature increases, of course, the price will also increase.2019 iPhones could be more expensive than 2018 iPhone.

Now let’s list out other rumors and leaks about the upcoming iPhones

Barclays’ tip-off – 2019 iPhones faceID may be faster as it gets an enhanced flood illuminator to brighten the illumination resulting in the dot projector to be more accurate and faster.

Macotakara – Apple may switch to USB-C for the 2019 iPhones just like the new iPad eliminating Lighting port.

Reuters Report – 2019 iPhones could be the first handset to ship with 5G Modem

More details in 3D Map – Apple is working on long distance Time of Flight (ToF) technology which makes the upcoming iPhones to create detailed 3D maps within 5 meters.

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