The huge new iPhone 11 phone leak reminds us of how Apple is more capable of hardware than Android vendors
The huge new iPhone 11 leak reminds us of how Apple is more capable of hardware than Android vendors
Although we still have about five months to wait before Apple releases its next-generation New iPhone 11 phones, the pace of leaks has already risen in recent weeks.
The iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11R (or whatever Apple calls it) are in the process of being boring updates a few short months ago, but the latest reports suggest that Apple is cooking far more new features and updates than we thought before.
Last month's comments from Apple's world's largest reviewer, TF International Securities analyst Ming Chi-ku, revealed a number of major upgrades coming to the iPhone 11 lineup this year.
According to Koo, the iPhone 11R will collide with a dual-lens rear camera, while the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will get huge upgrades for the camera, including a new set of three lenses.
Ko also says they will have new crystalline glass appearances, and we may even have a new look.
In terms of hardware, the new phone iPhone 11 in 2019 will follow the same course as the iPhone 7 Series 2016; phones will look as they are in the past, but they will pack huge performance improvements and a host of exciting new features.
Those of us closely following the industry will remember right away that the quarter of holidays following iPhone 7 remains the top quarter of Apple's sales at all.
The massive iPhone 78.29 million has been sold in this three-month period, proving that the iPhone can still gather a lot of buzz despite modest design changes.
But while the visual design is changing on the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max this year will be really modest, a new leak says Apple's attention to detail remains undisputed in the smartphone industry.
It was not long before there was a huge gap between iPhones and any other smartphone.
When it comes to design, quality and excellent materials, nothing else was on the market soon.
Android smart phones from companies such as Samsung and LG have been cheap and inexpensive because they are made of cheap plastic.
If you want a major smartphone that looks like a major smartphone, I bought an iPhone.
Needless to say, this is no longer the case.
Samsung and other Android device manufacturers have invested tremendous effort and resources in building leading phones that are compatible with Apple's iPhones.
In 2019, even Chinese smart phone vendors who have not heard of most people in the United States have not heard of the creation of elegant home phones made of glass and metal.
There is no doubt that the gap between the major iPhone and Android devices has narrowed - but it still exists.
We have seen iPhone designs for the new phone iPhone 2019 leak out several times now.
In fact, a Japanese blog yesterday released a video showing life-size models of iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max side by side.
The video gives us a good idea of what the next-generation Apple iPhone will actually look like when it's released in September, but it's clear that the 3D models of the printed version do not have the refinement we can expect from actual Apple devices.
This leads us to a new leak from Thursday morning. TwitterOnLeaks is known to place files on Foxconn servers and use them to create displays for unposted smartphones.
IPhone 11 has been introduced by the past, but it seems that OnLeaks has received updated information recently because a new set of offers has just been released with a number of major changes compared to the changes we saw earlier this year.
The new phone iPhone 11 version of OnLeaks has been posted on a website called Cashkaro, and will probably give us a good idea of what to expect when Apple announces its iPhone 11 in late summer.
The three-lens rear camera set is where you should focus your attention, where you will find the biggest changes compared to previous versions.
The cut holes above the camera lenses are much larger than they used to be, but the camera collides in itself where you should be alerted.
First, it looks a bit thinner than in previous versions.
But more importantly - and most impressive - that the camera bump on the iPhone 11 is made entirely of glass.
In fact, OnLeaks has dictated that the entire back of the phone is one piece of molded glass, including a camera bump.
Earlier, iPhone devices will get glass copies such as iPhone X and iPhone XS with metal inserts to accommodate the rear camera, and manufacturing those designs is much easier.
Of course, Apple has never avoided any challenge when it comes to manufacturing, which is why it is still the only smartphone maker that uses a great but expensive engineering trick to get rid of the "chin" edge below its iPhone screens.
Most people may not notice the difference if they upgrade from iPhone X to iPhone 11 later this year.
But those of us who appreciate design know that many small details like this add to a device that has an appropriate and unmatched end.