iPhone XI 360-degree render confirms huge Camera Bump and its Design


There have been tons of rumors that the upcoming iPhone model will be iPhone XI. Also, few renders also give us an idea of what the future iPhone’s design such as its triple rear camera, wide notch and many more. Now a fresh CAD-based render has been surfaced showing overall design of iPhone XI. Guess what? Most of the thing which we look in previous renders appears to be true from this final CAD-based render.

This render has been alleged online by @OnLeaks revealing that it could be the first ever iPhone to sport a triple rear camera setup with a huge bump. This is considered as the biggest bump ever seen on a smartphone which doesn’t give a premium look, especially to iPhone.

This huge area covers the three cameras along with a big LED flash and a mic hole. Even after having a huge bump on the back panel, the iPhone XI is made from a single sheet of glass that’s covering the body as well as the camera bump.

Furthermore, everything on this CAD render appears to be similar to some previous rumors. On the front, there is a 5.8″ AMOLED display with its size unchanged from the iPhone X and XS featuring a wide notch at the top. The bezels are appearing to be slim to that of its predecessors. The iPhone XI’s dimensions are reportedly going to be 143.9 x 71.4 x 7.8 mm, while the XS clocks in at 143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm. There isn’t any USB-C port for charging which means that the iPhone XI will also support Lightning.

iPhone XI is set to be unveiled in the September 2019. However, it is expected to get more information as soon as we are heading toward the launch date.

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