Apple iPhone XI to come with three cameras on back

Image Chris Velazco via Twitter

Image Chris Velazco via Twitter

Yay or Nay? For more iPhone news and beyond, make sure you add TechNave.com on your RSS feeds! So, the design may change before the anticipated launch in September 2019.

We're just over a week into 2019, and alleged renders of the next iPhone have already leaked. Given the fact that the official launch is several months away, this is a great deal and sufficient to spike interest in the new iPhones long before they arrive.

It was also revealed that Apple will launch three iPhones this year just like it did last year.

An iPhone with a triple camera setup wouldn't cause much surprise in the smartphone community. This is set into a large, square camera block in the top-left corner that's raised above the rest of the rear.

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Is it a good thing? While the square lockup might remind you of Huawei's recent Mate 20 Pro, the arrangement of lenses and the position of the square are different. If information from previously accurate leaker OnLeaks are to be believed, the next iPhone will deliver a three-camera array with a rear-facing microphone in a body that will be otherwise similar to the current generation. OnLeaks states that the renders are based on EVT (engineering validation test), which means the device design isn't final as of yet. It only reveals the top portion of the rear panel with the camera setup. But it is something that was expected based on some reports from past year.

Some previous rumors suggest that the third camera will be a 3D ToF sensor, but it's still all speculations for now. They didn't say which one we're looking at here, but given the extra camera lens it's likely the iPhone 11 Max, or whatever it ends up being called. It still remains to be seen.

Not to mention that the design shown here is, in our opinion, quite ugly, thanks to that huge camera array - and Apple doesn't tend to go in for ugly designs, so that too makes us skeptical. There's no doubt the iPhone XI will support wireless charging and have aluminium core - even if it is for the premium models.

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