The company might end up changing how the device looks design wise. First leaked renders of the iPhone XI show a weird arrangement of three cameras, flash, and a mic boxed together quite horrendously in our opinion. However, the fact that the next iPhone will come with a triple camera setup on the back will not be changing, until and unless something drastic happens. Of course, the company could also launch multiple versions of the new iPhone as it did this year with three independent models. The juice pack access™ provides advanced impact protection for the Apple iPhone Xs Max, Xs/X, andXR and features extra battery, wireless charging and full access to the iPhone Lightning port.
The new iPhone XI could have three cameras on its rear in a radical new design by Apple, if these leaked renders turn out to be correct.
According to Onleaks via Digit.in, this year's iPhones are still in the Engineering Validation Test (EVT) stage so it's highly likely that the final product will look different when it launches in September. The cameras and LED flash are arranged in a squircle positioned in the top left corner of the phone. This could be similar to the 3D ToF camera that's found on the Oppo R17 Pro and Honor View 20. Below the camera set up the Apple brand logo can be seen like any other previous iPhones. One, Hemmerstoffer has provided accurate information regarding next-gen iPhone designs in the past. Digit speculates that the third lens will be for a 3D time-of-flight camera, the sort of thing that could give you 3D scans of objects. That said, it remains to be seen if the iPhone XR - which reportedly isn't selling as briskly as Apple anticipated - will prompt Apple to adjust its iPhone naming or pricing scheme.
However, we're still at least nine months away from Apple's annual iPhone reveal, so take these images with a pinch of salt. There's no doubt the iPhone XI will support wireless charging and have aluminium core - even if it is for the premium models.