Renders of alleged “iPhone XI” cases highlight triple camera square

Renders of alleged “iPhone XI” cases highlight triple camera square

There is no denying it: it is getting more and more difficult to escape the possibility of the next iPhones having a square module on the back to house the three cameras (on top-of-the-line models) and two cameras (for the successor of the iPhone XR ), according to rumors.

Yesterday, we released a concept developed by @OnLeaks for the next version of the iPhone XR that showed a large module with two lenses. Now the Slashleaks shared what would be renders of cases of the successors of the iPhones XS and XS Max, the speculated “IPhone XI” and “XI Max”.

The images show that, in fact, the rear cameras of the next iPhones should lose their rectilinear aspect and can be arranged triangularly within the square module. Such design does not even contribute to the flash being aligned with the lenses, so much so that in surrender it was positioned at the top right of the module.

As with the smaller model, the 6.5-inch should have three cameras and a practically identical module at the rear; however, as the chassis of this device is larger, the protrusion of the camera would not be as extravagant as in the 5.8 inch model.

Not enough leaker “Confirming” the new design of the next iPhones, Sonny Dickson (who also has a great history involving leaks) published images of a supposed case for future devices, released by “reliable sources in China”.

Just like the renders of Slashleaks, the images show the square module, indicating that the device will be 8.74mm thick in the 6.5 ″ model and 8.62mm in the 5.8 ″ model – slightly more than the current iPhones XS and XS Max, which have 7.7mm.

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Those renders are created by accessory manufacturers who anticipate Apple’s launches to be the first to sell cases, films and other accessories for newly launched devices. According to MacRumors, these “leaks” are often accurate because they involve a lot of money, but that doesn’t mean they’re totally right.

Regardless of the position, the fact is that Apple should even adopt a triple camera system on iPhones. According to the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the third lens of the next devices would be an ultra wide angle, over which some type of black tint should be applied to make its appearance more discreet.