We still are at least five months away from the release of the next generation of iPhones are the leaks have already made their way to the general public. The new “iPhone XI” and “iPhone XI Max” or whatever the company is calling them will have minimal design changes but big overhauls under the hood as usual.
Indian Blog Cashkaro.com and OnLeaks have collaborated to share the fresh renders of the upcoming flagships from Apple.
The biggest noticeable change of all is the Camera setup. The New XI and XI Max are expected to come with a triple camera set up while the cheaper XI R will get an upgrade to a dual camera system.
The new iPhones shall have a circular shape mute button within a pill shape section, much like the older iPads. The change is subtle and I kind of like it.
Rest of the design remains pretty much the same. The same gorgeous OLED display with almost no bezels. FaceID system on the top and a similar camera setup on the front. It seems that will be almost impossible to distinguish between the X and XI if taken a look from the top.
Under the hood, we expect the usual changes, an A13 bionic chip with more RAM and better battery life. This phone might also launch with the new version of iOS though we don’t have any confirmation about that.
There’s still no USB-C on this one, sadly. These will still come with the traditional lighting connections but we guessed it already when the new Airpods 2 was released which had the lightning jack.
The back of this device will be all glass and in fact, the camera bump will also be purely glass and thus it might a little thinner this time. The thickness is said to be 8.1mm and 7.8mm for the Max and the regular version which a little more thick but that doesn’t include the camera bump. Thus, the overall change will be almost negligible.
Already the Apple’s A12 chip is powerful enough to almost beat the latest from Snapdragon and this A13 might give Apple again a huge lead. Their innovative technology to push the chin bezel down to 0 was incredible and that’s a true example of how Apple is always ahead in terms of pure hardware.