New Apple iPhone XI or iPhone 11 smartphones are one of the most awaited devices in the global market. Ahead of the official debut, a set of 3D official render images reportedly seems to be leaked online. The new CAD images give clear idea how the new generation iPhones might look like. There were many speculations in the past, claiming that Apple might be incorporating triple rear camera on the new iPhones, which now seems to be case as the render images confirm the same. The new renders clearly mentions Apple iPhone 11 will sport a triple rear camera, similar to the one seen on Huawei's Mate 20. Apple Planning To Acquire Intel's Smartphone-Modem Chip Business For Ramping Wireless Technology Development For iPhones.
The new Apple iPhone render images are showcased by Onleaks (a well-known tipster) along with Cashkaro blog. There are market reports claiming that the new iPhone from the American tech giant will be called as Apple XI. And, it will carry a new design wherein the phone will sport a triple rear cameras at the back. The images indicate that the phone will continue to sport same aesthetics that we have seen on iPhone X and XS models. However, the new substantial and relative design change will be the triangular rear cameras setup at the back. New York Teen Sues Apple For $ 1 Billion After Company's Facial Recognition Software Links Him to Series of Thefts at Boston and Other Stores.
The 3D render pictures also reveal that the front profile of the device will be very similar to iPhone X and XS models and it will also get same glass body. We already know that the phone will carry a square-shaped camera setup featuring three camera lenses set up in a triangular shaped housing along with LED flash. Coming to the front, the new iPhone XI is likely to sport a new 12MP selfie camera by replacing it with the current 7MP sensor. The company is expected to incorporate new A13 Bionic chip on the upcoming iPhones. Previous leaks indicated that Samsung will be supplying OLED displays for the new iPhones that are expected to be launched later this year.