Leaked renders have already given us a glimpse at how the iPhone 11 will look like with a triple camera setup at the rear. Today, @Onleaks has shared 3D CAD renderings of the iPhone 11 which show the device from all possible angles.
The renderings and video don’t reveal anything new per se. The 2019 iPhone 11 is going to feature the same design language as the iPhone X and iPhone XS before it. At the rear, it will pack a triple-camera setup which includes the addition of a new ultra-wide angle sensor. A reliable analyst believes that Apple will be sourcing this 12MP 1.0um sensor from Sony.
The CAD renderings point to the iPhone 11 having a 7.8mm thickness which if true would make it just a wee bit thicker than the iPhone X and iPhone XS (7.7mm).
The leak also points to the iPhone 11 featuring a single slab of glass. This is unlike the iPhone X/XS series in which the rear glass has a cutout for the camera module.
Apart from the triple camera setup at the rear, leaks and rumors point to the iPhone 11 coming with wireless reverse charging, faster A-series processor, a higher resolution 12MP camera at the front, and more. The phone will also come with a bigger battery to ensure that the reverse wireless charging feature does not have too much of a negative impact on battery life. Apple will also switch to a frosted glass panel at the rear which should help ensure the design does not feel too dated.
It is clear that the 2019 iPhone 11 is not going to come with a major redesign. Apple is going to continue with the same design language which it first debuted with the iPhone X in 2017 and it is only going to further build and tweak that. While the iPhone X/XS does not look outdated by any means, the continuation of the same design language is definitely going to disappoint a lot of customers.