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Apple iPhone XI Renders Reveal Triple Cameras with Large Bump

Apple is expected to release the successors to the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR this year in September. Recent reports have claimed that the successor of the iPhone XS could be called iPhone XI. Rumors suggest it could be the first Apple smartphone to feature triple rear cameras. Fresh CAD renders of the iPhone XI courtesy of popular tipster @OnLeaks along with CashKaro.com have surfaced today, to reveal the phone’s front and rear design.

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The most striking change that can be seen on the iPhone XI through its renders is the presence of a square-shaped camera module. It houses a large-sized LED flash, a microphone and three camera sensors. The configurations of these sensors are not known yet.

The renders also reveal that the rear panel of the iPhone XI will be arriving with a slightly new design. There is no metal ring around the cameras. Instead, the entire back of the phone features a single sheet of glass which also includes the camera bump. The dimensions of the smartphone are 143.9 x 71.4 x 7.8 mm. Its thickness rises a bit to 9mm at the camera bump.

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The iPhone XI is expected to arrive with a 5.8-inch display like its predecessor. The smartphone features a large-sized notch which houses the necessary components for 3D Face ID. Compared to the iPhone XS, the notch of the iPhone XI is slightly slimmer. The mute switch of the iPhone XI is similar to the ones found on the recent iPads. The smartphone continues to future a Lightning port on the bottom edge.

The Cupertino company is also expected the iPhone XI Max alongside the iPhone XI. The iPhone XS Max had arrived as a larger edition of the iPhone XS. Hence, the iPhone XI Max will have a larger form factor, but may sport the same design as the iPhone XI.

What’s your opinion on the design of the Apple iPhone XI? Share your views by posting your comments below.

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