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. Similar could be the case this year as well. Renders purportedly showing the iPhone XI, as it will probably be called, have hit the web, revealing an unusual rear triple-camera setup.
We're not sure what's the goal of the third camera, but earlier reports have suggested that Apple might introduce 3D cameras in 2019.
Apparently, the iPhone XI featured in these images is still in its Engineering Validation Test (EVT) phase. At least that's what a newly leaked rumour suggests. With that said, the latest interesting iPhone tidbit comes from Steve Hemmerstoffer who, together with Digit, published some intriguing new renders of what Apple's 2019 flagship "iPhone 11" may look like. Yes, finally it looks like Apple is bringing three cameras on the rear panel of the new iPhone.
That notwithstanding, it's worth noting that the design above - if at all accurate - will likely be an exclusive on Apple's top of the line iPhone, with Digit noting: "Not knowing the scale at which the image was rendered, it is hard to say which variant will sport the three cameras".
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The video was released in conjunction with the publication Digit, which includes a handful of predictions for the upcoming iPhone. The cameras and LED flash are arranged in a squircle positioned in the top left corner of the phone.
The picture shows the iPhone XI in black colour. The juice pack access™ provides advanced impact protection for the Apple iPhone Xs Max, Xs/X, andXR and features extra battery, wireless charging and full access to the iPhone Lightning port.
It also remains to be seen if a third camera will be Apple's ticket to bounce back from a low 2018.