WSJ Revealed Details of iPhone 11, One with Triple-Lens Rear Camera


After a render leak of upcoming iPhone 11 in the previous week, a new report discovered by the Wall Street Journal giving the details of the upcoming lineup of iPhone 11. According to WSJ, Apple will launch their three new iPhones which are being tilted as iPhone 11 (the name is not confirmed by Apple) in 2019 out of which one will have a triple-lens camera. While the iPhone XR successor will be coming with a dual-lens camera.

In addition, the report also suggests that the successor of iPhone XR will get an OLED Screen instead of the LCD screen in 2020 which currently the iPhone XR has. However, there isn’t any solid information about the triple camera to be installed on both of high-end model or only in iPhone 11 Max. Although this report doesn’t reveal much about the upcoming iPhone lineup and about its camera, according to the previous render leaked in the past week, we had come across the formation of the triple camera on iPhone 11.

Since all the models of iPhone 11 are still in the production line. So, we cannot say this leak the new iPhone 11 will have the triple-lens camera in the same formation as Apple can change the design of iPhone 11. However, it has been a long rumor that Apple has been working over its Camera for the iPhone 11 Generation and also, they are planning to have an ultra-wide camera. So, looking over these all rumors and leak and this report also, we can say that the most probably iPhone 11 Max will come with a triple-lens camera and other two successors of iPhone XS and XR will come with Dual Camera.

It will be interesting to look over to the upcoming rumors and leak which might come in the upcoming few weeks.

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