iPhone XI & iPhone XI Max: a realistic concept based on the moulds in leak

ByLinky Johnson 2019-05-06 818

The cameras of iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max, Of course, seem to follow the design of their predecessor, but they still have big improvements in the aspect of photo.

We are still a long way from the launch of the 2019 iPhone, but much is already being written about it. Recently, we have seen an increase in leaks, not to mention the concepts that designers are publishing to give us a taste of what Apple could present to us next September.


The pictures show a design similar to that of the iPhone X for the next iOS smartphone.


Despite this strong resemblance to the iPhone X due to their form factor, the iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max benefit from a major improvement in photography according to this video.

Rear photo module that reminds you of some Huawei flagships

According to this leak, Apple will add not two, but three cameras to the back of its next flagship. Positioned in the upper left corner, the square-shaped back photo module with rounded corners has two vertically aligned sensors, while the third sensor is placed under the LED flash.


This configuration seems to confirm rumors that the third camera on the iPhone XI is a 3D ToF sensor.


Considering the shape and protuberance of the photo module of the so-called iPhone XI presented by this ConceptsiPhone video, one wonders if Apple was not too inspired by Huawei's new flagships, especially the Mate 20. After all, due to the rapid rise of this Chinese competitor on the world market, the American firm now feels compelled to redouble its efforts in the field of photography.

A smaller notch

Unlike other manufacturers, the Apple does not yet seem ready to free itself from the notch. While the iPhone XI's should be smaller, the fact that Apple is not considering a full-screen design may disappoint some people.


It should be noted that, the notch houses a loudspeaker and a photo sensor. Finally, please note that this leak reported by ConceptsiPhone suggests the presence of a Touch ID sensor integrated into the screen, which in this case has little chance of happening.

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