ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-27 1193
Of course these leaks reveal only Apple's initial plans for this year's models, and may still undergo dozens of changes until the official release. But as fans always tend to do regardless of the time of year, a new concept now imagines the iPhone XI Max (number 11 in Roman numerals) based on the rumors of the device with misaligned cameras.
As you can see in the video above and in the images below, the concept imagines the next Apple smartphone with three rear cameras (whose main sensor offers 48 MP resolution), but with five holes in the glass: three for the cameras, one for the flash and another for laser auto-focus.
The body design is based on the iPad Pro (2018), with a more square format and less curves when compared with previous versions. The bottom of the device is also displayed; which would arrive with USB Type-C, but without a dedicated headphone jack.
The concept even shows a smaller notch thanks to the repositioning of the loudspeaker for calls to the top, condensing the sensors to Face ID in a smaller area of the notch on the screen. And still on the screen, the return of the Touch ID is displayed, but now with the biometric sensor being located underneath the glass and OLED panel of the device, on the screen of the smartphone itself as we see in other smartphones with Android.
As it is said, it is still too early to assert with any assurance what the final design of Apple's smartphones in 2019 is, but new information should come in the coming months. With concise and more stable leaks, reinforcing the same news, we must take a safer course regarding the three models of the manufacturer for this year.
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