iPhone XI Latest CAD Based Renders Affirm Triangular Camera Setup
Rumours surrounding the upcoming iPhone XI have shrouded the device in mystery for quite some time now. Amongst a multitude of leaks, the triple rear camera setup was the most speculated. If and when released, the Apple iPhone XI will be the first smartphone from the company to feature a triple camera module, indicating a clear shift from Apple’s conventional design statement. Latest leaks regarding the iPhone XI showcase a rear camera bump housing three camera sensors placed in a triangular camera arrangement.
Apple iPhone XI Design And Features
The leaks are in line with the previously reported design of the Apple iPhone XI, which hinted a similar camera setup. The complete module consists of three camera sensors, an LED flash and a microphone which may be used for directional voice recording. Apart from the primary camera, one of the other sensors can be an ultrawide sensor, whereas the third could be a telephoto lens. Front renders of the smartphone exhibit a selfie camera which is housed in the iPhone X-style notch. Quite interestingly, the back panel of the device seems to be fabricated with a single sheet of glass.
Additionally, the renders showcase a 5.8 inch AMOLED panel, something which is unchanged from the iPhone XS. Reports state that the smartphone will measure at 143.9 x 71.4 x 7.8 mm. Further insight into the smartphone’s renders reveals that the Mute switch on the left side of the phone has a different design from the preceding iterations. It resembles the mute switch which was previously seen in older iPads. Also, the bottom of the smartphone houses the Lightning port.
Apple is expected to release the iPhone XI in the month of September 2019, and the smartphone will go head-to-head against other flagship devices in the market, including the Galaxy S10 and the Huawei P30 Pro. It will be interesting to see how Apple will market it’s first “Triple-Camera Smartphone”. Furthermore, the company is also reported to be working on a foldable device, which may be announced around the same time as the iPhone XI.