Updated | Bumps galore: New Apple iPhone XI renders and 360° video reaffirm a sizeable camera bump and notch
The next generation of iPhones probably will not be announced until September, but the rumour mill is already in full swing. Earlier this week we saw what look like metallic moulds of what could end up being called the iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max. Now, the ever-reliable Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known as OnLeaks, has partnered with Indian website Cashkaro to release a set of iPhone XI renders and a corresponding 360° video.
The standout feature here is the triple rear-facing cameras that reportedly will comprise of standard lens, telephoto and wide-angle lenses. The renders reaffirm that the iPhone XI will have a huge camera housing, which we suspect will have a marmite effect for people.
Moreover, the latest speculation is that Apple's next iPhones will feature the following:
- Apple A13 SoC and GPU
- 5.8 and 6.5-inch OLED displays
- Larger batteries than the previous generation
- Same sized notch as the previous generation generation
- Reverse wireless charging
- A new back glass design
- An iPad like Ring/Silent switch
Unfortunately, it looks like Apple is still planning on retaining the broad notch that it introduced with the iPhone X. Additionally, the iPhone XI and XI Max will have Lightning ports too, despite moving to USB Type-C with the latest generation of the iPad Pro.
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