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Update [26/April – 11:00 AM]
- Few more 5K renders have been added in the post along with high-res download link at the bottom.
- iPhone XI Max Video render has been replaced with that of iPhone XI. iPhone XI Max video to follow in a subsequent post scheduled to be published later today.
After bringing to you exclusive leaks about an upcoming quad-core smartphone from Motorola, we now present to you the exclusive images and 360-degree video of Apple’s next flagship device – The iPhone XI.
As per the recent leaks and rumours many of us are already expecting the highly anticipated iPhone to have triple rear camera arrangement. Today we bring to you the final CAD renders of the device, thanks to our partnership with the trusted leakster – OnLeaks.
These Exclusive renders not only confirm the earlier rumours about triple rear camera placement but also gives us more insights into the design language of the much-awaited flagship device.
Triangular Shaped Triple Cameras Placement In iPhone XI – What We Know So Far
iPhone XI is going to be one of the first devices by Apple featuring this weird arrangement which already has the Appleholics biting their nails.
Though many fans are excited about the triple cameras, we saw biggies like Forbes citing the leak’s design as an aesthetic nightmare.
The above images confirm that the iPhone XI’s display will be similar to iPhone XS, which was launched last year. It has a 5.8-inch display along with the same notch and bezels as iPhone XS. However, the thickness of the notch and bezels have been reduced which is almost indistinguishable.
As per our informant, the dimensions will approximately measure up to 143.9 x 71.4 x 7.8mm (9mm, including the rear camera) along with a 5.8-inch display.
Talking about other aspects of the leaked images, we can see that the device comes with a new and unique rear panel which is made of a single piece of glass including the camera bump.
It can be seen that the position of the rear microphone in these final renders has slightly been shifted from what we saw in the preliminary leaks in January this year.
In the above image, we can see a differently shaped ‘mute’ button which is similar to the old version of the iPad’s mute buttons. Further, moving downwards, we can see that Apple still remains dedicated to its lightning port with no USB-C.
This flagship phone has already created a stir among the Apple fans. As we are already aware of the specs of this device, we are sure iPhone XI will give a cut-throat competition to flagship devices like Samsung Galaxy S10, Huawei P30 Pro, etc.