iPhone 11 Rumored to get Triple-lens Primary Camera

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Apple is back again on the headlines and this time with its new generation of iPhone. The next-generation iPhone i.e. iPhone 11 or iPhone XS will get a Triple-Lens Camera at the back-panel in a square bump.

According to a report published on a Japanese Apple-related blog, Apple is reportedly working on a new Triple-Lens camera for its upcoming  iPhones. Fortunately, we have got the Prototype image of this Triple-Lens Square bump camera here with us. Take a look on to the leaked image of an upcoming iPhone 11.

A few weeks ago, one more blog had released kind of the same prototype images of the iPhone 11 with a Square Bump camera set up at the upper left corner.

Other brands including Samsung and Huawei has already released the Triple Lens camera phones in the Market. And it seems like Apple too is acquiring the same strategy to attract the new consumers for their next-generation iPhones. The company will surely add a triple-lens camera setup on their upcoming iPhones.

The new Triple-Lens Square Bump will be present on both, the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max for this year. The same Camera Bump is present on Huawei’s newly launched Huawei Mate 20 series smartphones.

Apart from the Japanese blog, the same story was released on the Wall Street Journal regarding Apple’s new iPhone 11 with the same Square Bump for placing the Triple-Lens camera. They have stated that the new Square Bump will be present on a high-end iPhone, this means the new Triple Lens and a Square Bump will not be present in the iPhone XR successor.

There is no confirmation of the authenticity of the above mentioned image. So we have to take all these rumors with a pinch of salt until Apple September event.

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