Apple’s WWDC 2019 will kick-start today and the Cupertino-based technology firm will be speaking about the updates in its iOS 13 and various services today. Although the new iPhones 11 won’t be launching at today’s event and there are months for its launch event, but that hasn’t stopped the leaks and renders of the upcoming iPhone. According to various reports, just like last year, Apple will be launching three models of the new iPhone 11, which will be the successors to iPhone XR, iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. Now, a new mock-up has revealed the presence of a triple-rear camera setup on the back of the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max.
This time around, the relatively affordable of the lot will be named as iPhone XR 2, according to the report. The mock-up reveals that the new iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max will have a square-shaped camera arrangement with three cameras at the back paired with an LED flash. But the camera placement and setup of the affordable iPhone XR will be different to the ones used in its costlier counterparts. Other than the camera placement, the design and build of these devices has also been revealed.
The new mock-up of the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max was revealed by the tipster named Ben Geskin and it is similar to the previous renders of the iPhone 11. As mentioned above, the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max will follow the smartphone trend of 2019, which is packing triple-rear cameras on the back of the flagship devices. Other than the camera placement, the design of the upcoming iPhone 11-series will be a lot different than the previous year iPhone devices. The mock-up device reveals an iPhone of golden colour and the Apple logo sits besides the squared-camera module which is silver in colour.
Talking about the iPhone XR 2, it will hold a dual-rear camera setup and will come in bright and vibrant colour options which earlier reports suggested. But the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max will come in the same basic – Black, White and Gold colour options. Although the company hasn’t revealed the specific launch date of the new iPhone 11-series, but judging by its previous launches we could see the device launched around September or October of 2019.