iPhone XI Revealed In A Recent Apple Leak

Since increasingly more issues are affecting Apple and its products, including the US trade war with China, among others, the Cupertino-based company is now struggling to reignite users interest on iPhone and iPad devices. The iPhone XI (commonly dubbed as iPhone 11) has been revealed in a recent Apple leak thanks to Steve Hemmerstoffer, popularly known as OnLeaks.

According to Steve Hemmerstoffer, Apple is currently working on the successor of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. As the leaker reported, the future iPhone XI (11) would boast a triple camera system n its back, a premiere for iPhone.

According to the digit.in website, another leaker, Ice Universe, have confirmed that “the leaked renders are indeed correct.”

“Apple plans to use a triple-camera setup housed in a square camera unit with a rather large camera bump. Note that this is an early look at the upcoming smartphone and could undergo some more changes in the design,” says digit.in.

iPhone XI Revealed In A Recent Apple Leak

“OnLeaks claims the 2019 iPhones are still in Engineering Validation Test (EVT) stage, and there could be changes in the details when the phones eventually launch in September 2019,” digit.in stated in an article.

“We also know that Apple plans to launch three iPhones in September 2019 – One low-end variant, possibly the successor to the iPhone XR and two high-end variants, succeeding the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max,” the site added.

“Cameras revolutionized phones and, based on what I’ve seen, I have the same expectation for 3D cameras],” said Satoshi Yoshihara, the leader of Sony’s camera sensor division, for Bloomberg.

“Apple is working to incorporate long distance Time of Flight (ToF) technology. Already showcased by ToF module creator Sony, it will enable next-generation iPhones [iPhone XI] to create detailed 3D maps of anything within five meters. The repercussions for security, gaming and augmented reality applications could be game-changing,” reported Gordon Kelly, the contributor for tech and IT news at Forbes.

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