2019 iPhone case molds leak again, show double and triple camera setups

Image Source Mark Gurman Twitter

Image Source Mark Gurman Twitter

Mark Gurman and Debby Wu from Bloomberg have listed a set of features that will appear in the upcoming iPhone 11.

Last week, these images were followed up by renders said to depict the next iPhone XR which will allegedly have a similar rear design. Recent renders show 2019's iPhone XR successor with a square camera housing despite the fact that it only has two cameras, while the iPhone XS and XS Max successors have been leaked and rendered with the same square camera bulge a handful of times. This will be done presumably by the intelligent use of the ultra-wide angle lens.

Kantar global director Dominic Sunnebo continues: "iPhone XR was a strong performer for Apple. claiming the title of the best-selling model in Great Britain". With Apple adding it, the brand hopes for mass adoption of this feature and it could be used to wirelessly charge the recently released Apple AirPods 2.

Last week was a busy one in Apple news.

In the case of the latter, the triple-camera setup, with an offset arrangement, has been suggested by so many reports that we're now starting to take things for granted, even though we're still months away from an official unveiling. If a new rumor is true, it seems that Apple is taking the same colorful route and plans to introduce the 2019 iPhone XR successor in six colors as well - two of them new. Apple is also reportedly making the handset thicker which would most likely be to fit a larger capacity battery.

The alleged molds of the iPhone XR, XS and XS Max's successors have leaked out (again) and if they hold water in the end, the rumored dual- or triple-camera setups in a square "island" elevated from the top left corner of the rear, may turn out credible. These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of Deccan Chronicle and/or other staff and contributors to this website.

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