These plans reveal the shape and camera setup of the iPhone XI

Latest iPhone XI leak seems to confirm a previously revealed triple-camera layout

Latest iPhone XI leak seems to confirm a previously revealed triple-camera layout

Instead, though, the iPhone's lenses would be arranged in a triangle on the square, leading to the rather odd-looking camera setup that we've reported on before.

It's unclear how Apple will use the triple-lens setup, but its goal will likely be similar to the three camera shooters featured in recently released Android smartphones like Huawei's P30 Pro and Samsung's recently revealed Galaxy S10. This might actually be associated with the iPhone 11, the successor to the iPhone XS. It was also recently rumoured that the next iPhone may come with a wireless charging feature similar to Huawei's Reverse Wireless charge and Samsung's PowerShare. Apple could also bundle 18W USB-C power adapter that now ships with the recent iPad Pro models.

The schematic comes courtesy of notorious leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, otherwise known as @OnLeaks on Twitter. Given how the landscape has quickly evolved since then, however, it is plausible that an iPhone XI model finally get three camera sensors on the rear.

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The schematic also shows components such as the cut-out for the SIM card tray and Lighting port. It also suggests wireless charging support on the new model that is believed to be the next-generation iPhone XR.

According to the leaked schematics, the upcoming iPhone will feature a square camera bump on the back housing a triple camera module along with an LED flash and an additional sensor, which might be a laser focus sensor.

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