iPhone 11 Final Design Leaked
08 May, 2019 | Technology
Apple's next generation iPhone is still at least four months away from its official release, but this leak reveals one major change to the iPhone...
Thanks to a series of leaked CAD models (which are used in the manufacturing process), we have a good idea of what the iPhone XS successor will look like.
Check out the concept of the leaked design below:
The first thing that stands out is the unusual (if not ugly) square camera with 3 lenses on the back of the device. This of course suggests that the next generation iPhone will get a major camera upgrade.
The leaked details claim the iPhone will have a 5.8-inch screen measure 143.9 x 71.4 x 7.8mm, although it'll be 9mm thick at the camera bump.
The device which is expected to be called either the iPhone 11 or iPhone XI, appears to have a very similar design to the last two predecessors (the iPhone X and iPhone XS) with a notch at the top of the screen and a stainless-steel band. The only real difference is the protruding camera.
The other design change appears to be with the mute switch, which may be circular from now on.
The leak which comes courtesy of @OnLeaks who has a pretty good track record with leaks, published the iPhone design in collaboration with CashKaro. The leaked CAD models are used in the manufacturing process to map out the dimensions and for third-party accessory designers.
Could this really be the final design of the iPhone 11? We will have to wait until September to find out…