The iPhone 11R design revealed for the first time, and it has a chunky camera bump with same colors and extra cameras
The Company Apple has a tough time observance the lid on its next-generation iPhone models, and we’re still four months away from the presentation and we’ve already seen a number of high-resolution renders of the iPhone XS along with iPhone XS Max follow-ups, ostensibly called iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max in the line. However, we’ve never seen before the successor to the mid-range iPhone XR… until now.
iPhone 11R, or whatever Apple will decide to call it, is widely-tipped to cost as much as the current generation iPhone XR, which will set you back the amount of £749 SIM-free. Famous designer DBHK-Hasan Kaymak Innovations has issued an early look at the design of the more inexpensive iPhone based on CAD models used during the manufacturing process at Foxconn Electronics industry company.
Since these designs are used to manufacture the smartphone themselves and allow third-party companies to build handset cases for the as-yet unexpected devices, these types of rumors and leaks almost always have a solid track record of course.
On Twitter @leakster, @OnLeaks collaborated with the Indian gadget blog Pricebaba also circulate the high-resolution render, let see, what will be the exact design from Apple. Now, according to new iPhone 11R leak, the next-generation smartphone looks almost matched to its predecessor.
In fact, when you look at its front panel it really is identical, while on the back of the smartphone, Apple has added a secondary camera lens that will purportedly be used to improve the performance and optical zoom capabilities.
Again, it looks like Apple will use the same four-sided camera bump design, contained in the top left-hand corner of the rear panel, and the dual-lens and LED flash will apparently be arranged in a triangle-shape, comparable to the iPhone 11 Max.
This will create a trustworthy design language across next-generation iPhone line-up, with the same rectangular shaped camera bumps, which will supposedly not protrude from the body as much as the iPhone X and iPhone XS, while that’s certainly a positive, the sheer size of the camera bump looks a little awkward, especially compared to triple-camera designs on other smartphones, like Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus or Huawei P30.
Though previous rumors and leaks published by the tipster have proven to be extremely trustworthy, although we’d indorsed always taking these kinds of pictures with a pinch of salt. Providing that Apple sticks with its typical release schedule, we’ll perhaps see the new iPhone revealed on-stage by CEO Tim Cook and Co. in early September 2019.