Upcoming iPhone 11 Lineup to Come with Square Camera Setup

When many big smartphone manufacturers are busy in bringing new innovations in their smartphones, Apple also took part in this race. As we all know that Apple launches its iPhone in September every year. This year we will see the iPhone 11 and 11 Max. Previously, we saw the photos of alleged Apple iPhone 11 and 11 Max molds. The molds revealed that the upcoming iPhone 11 lineup will come with a square camera set up at the back. Now, some case renders reveal exactly the same design.

Upcoming iPhone 11 Lineup to Come with Square Camera Setup

Olixar, Case and Accessory Manufacturer, revealed the glass protectors for the iPhone 11’s rear camera, and they come in three versions. It is for sure that we will get three variants. The case and screen protector are available on Mobile Fun UK. They reveal a video about the camera protectors where it explains that the Olixar protectors “are already in mass productions and available for sale, so the company is clearly confident that the layout is correct,”  As mentioned already, there are three camera protectors. The iPhone 11 and 11 Max will have identical camera clusters. On the other hand, iPhone 11R would have dual camera setup.

Upcoming iPhone 11

The previous leaks reveal that new iPhones will come with a triple camera set up. It will include one regular, one telephoto and an ultra wide-angle lens on the back. Moreover, the new iPhones will get a new glass coating. The stereo speakers will also be improved.

Moreover, the previous rumors reveal that Apple iPhone 11 and 11 max will feature OLED panels of 6.1-inches and 6.5-inches, respectively. The iPhone 11 Max looks the same like iPhone X or iPhone 10. All new phones are coming with notches. Furthermore, 2019 iPhone models may also come with underwater Mode.

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger who focuses on providing the latest information regarding the innovations happening in the IT world. She likes reading, photography, travelling and exploring nature.
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