The relevance of the design of the iPhone models XS, and XS Max, despite the two-year presence on the market, it is difficult to challenge. Smartphones still look fresh and stylish, and located vertically dual camera remains recognizable element, indicating that you have a flagship, and not its simplified analogue with a single photo-module in the case of aluminum. However, the Apple designers who live in the future, decided that it will be useful to improve the appearance of the brand’s flagship 2019 model year.
As reported by insider Steve Hammerdorfer, also known as OnLeaks, iPhone XI, whose release is scheduled for the coming autumn, it will get modified in comparison with the models of the current generation looks. Most changes will undergo back panel of the smartphone, which, according to industry sources the insider, will be made from a single glass panel. Perhaps Apple will be able to hide it under the triple lenses of the camera so they are not so much conspicuous.
Besides, I’m sure Hammerdorfer, Apple will Refine the design of the toggle switch activate silent mode. IPhone XI he will switch up and down, and the movable element will get a different appearance. But the front panel changes almost not undergo.
Triple the camera of the iPhone
Most likely it will, since Apple does not to allow its new smartphone looked like in this render.
Information OnLeaks partly confirms the recent report of the TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He said that in Cupertino have developed a special tinted coating for the back of the iPhone XI, who has to hide at least one camera lens, creating the illusion that they are actually not 3, but 2.
The third camera module iPhone XI is in Cupertino so carefully trying to hide from the eyes of the users will have an extra wide viewing angle. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, it seemed to the engineers of the company is more promising than the ToF-sensor is responsible for determining depth. Thanks to the ultrawide module it will be possible to obtain images with an angle of view of 130 degrees, allowing you to capture significantly more detail than when shooting in normal shirik.