As usually happens every year, we already have a pretty clear idea of how the iPhone will be, even though there are still a couple of months to see them officially. Although Apple has struggled against such leaks, which have even used secret tunnels to get, the design of the iPhone XI and XI Max seems pretty clear.
Assuming that this is the final name of the iPhone this year, something that we have nothing clear, the main novelty of these models will be in the rear cameras. We will have a new square module with three large cameras that point very high.
Although we have already seen images and renders of the iPhone XI, now we get the news that shows a design possibility that will please many.
The square projection of the iPhone XI could be disguised
The controversy of the iPhone this year seems to be on the back of the device, on that square ledge that for many is exaggerated. As always happens, we will have to wait to see the real device to make final assessments, but if these images shown by Ben Geskin are true, Apple would be trying to hide this area of the device.
Since the arrival of the second lens to the iPhone, the cameras have been in a completely black projection. In these images, we see that in the iPhone XI the vast majority of this new box could be the same color as the device, something that would not look as big as it seems.
There are still some questions to resolve, although the design of the new iPhone seems final, and hopefully, Apple opts for this option to try to hide the projection of the cameras. The launch date of the new iPhone is scheduled for mid-September so there is very little left to enjoy them.