Unofficial video shows all three iPhone 11 models
Those who are expecting to see some noticeable improvements from Apple's next-gen iPhones will probably be disappointed by the looks of the three iPhone 11/XI models revealed by Marques Brownlee on YouTube yesterday. Those who are willing to leave Apple's ecosystem behind can pick one of the many attractive flagships waiting for them in the Android sector of the market.
The three iPhone 11 dummies show in the aforementioned video seem to have the same display sizes as their predecessors, the only obvious change being in the main camera department. The main camera assembly is now located inside a square area with rounded corners and a noticeable bump. Depending on the model, this area accommodates two or three sensors. For the high-end models — iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max — there is a standard RGB sensors, 3X zoom telephoto lens, as well as a wide-angle camera. The entry-range iPhone 11R only features a dual camera setup on the back, unfortunately.
All the three iPhone models mentioned above come with a single selfie shooter and a notch as ugly as before. Sadly, there seems to be no USB Type-C, no audio jack, and no obvious innovation. However, we should get ready for the brand-new A13 Bionic processor, which is expected to be much faster than its predecessor. As usual, all the above should be taken with a grain of salt, since Apple is expected to launch the new iPhone lineup in September.
Do you like what you see? Is there anything that Apple could offer to make you buy one of the upcoming iPhone 11 models?
Marques Brownlee (on YouTube)