Apple will be launching the iPhone 11 (or iPhone XI) in September this year, and there are still months to go for the event. However, that doesn’t mean that rumours about the upcoming iPhone are not circulating online. Since the beginning of the year, a number of reports about the 2019 iPhones have emerged and we have also already seen two sets of renders of the upcoming handset.
Just two weeks ago, some reports also suggested that the iPhone 11 would feature a triple rear camera setup that will be housed in a square module on the smartphone’s back panel. To recall, this particular design was shown in renders that were shared by technology website Digit in collaboration with leakster @Onleaks.
And now, there is another report that supports this claim. Steve H.McFly, or @Onleaks, as he is most popularly known has taken to Twitter to post about how his leak from January was correct. For doing this, he has used a schematic from SlashLeaks and his own render in a picture to show how the former confirms the design that he leaked earlier this year.
We should mention that the image from Slashleaks is supposed to be a welding pattern of the iPhone 11. Although most of the details are rather abstract in the image that has been shared, one thing that can be seen clearly is the fact that it is designed to support the flagship smartphone’s square camera bump that we saw in the renders earlier this year.
Furthermore, there is also dedicated space for the three camera lenses, a flash and an additional sensor. This only confirms that the renders that were leaked in January this year may actually be close to the actual design of the iPhone 11 that we will get to see in September this year.
However, we should also add that since many months are left for the launch of the 2019 iPhones, anything that we get to see right now in the form of leaks is ultimately a rumour and should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Another thing we should add here is that not many fans are happy with the square bump that has shown up online more than once now. Apple fans have also taken to social media to voice their opinions about the upcoming smartphone’s design. Since it is too early right now, Apple may also consider changing the look and feel of the handset before it is finally launched in September this year.