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2019 iPhones may have camera bump integrated into rear window

It's already late April, which means the (likely) launch of the infamous 2019 iPhones It's a few months away. With this, the leaks, rumors and projections are intensifying just see these two news recently emerged in the depths of the Internet.

The website Macotakara we put our hands on some 3D models of possible 2019 iPhones similar to the ones we showed on our Instagram a few days ago. The models are quite rudimentary and appear to have come straight from a 3D printer without any polishing; Still, you can get a good idea of ​​what to expect in future devices (if the prototypes are real, of course).

The models are slightly thicker than current iPhones, possibly to accommodate the larger battery that enables two-way wireless / reverse charging. The three rear cameras are in the infamous square module, in a triangular position, with the flash positioned above one of the lenses.


O leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer (better known as his Twitter profile @OnLeaks) joined the Indian site CashKaro to create renders of the possible 2019 iPhones based on the characteristics evidenced by the prototypes and information gathered by himself.

Render of supposed iPhone 2019 by OnLeaks

The renders show an overall look similar to the current iPhones XS and XS Max, but with some changes. The main one, of course, would be at the rear, with the new square camera module: according to Hemmerstoffer, the startle (bump) of the cameras would now be “integrated” into the rear window itself, that in the module would no longer be a separate piece surrounded by a metal ring; instead, the rear window would consist of a single piece, custom molded. The question remains what this would mean from a durability standpoint.

Render of supposed iPhone 2019 by OnLeaks

Other changes in renders include slightly smaller edges on the screens, a new switch for silent mode (which would move up and down here, and then sideways). The rear microphone would have a change in positioning, but the Lightning port would remain in its rightful place no USB-C for now, according to Hemmerstoffer.

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via MacRumors, 9to5Mac