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The new iPhone 11 phone leak may appear in Apple's final design
It is time of that year, people.
With the WWDC remaining less than two months away and Apple's iPhone 2019 launch, Apple's rumor mill is showing its high readiness.
Despite Apple's efforts to "double" product confidentiality, the past few years have shown that Apple can not do much to prevent fundamental rumors about products coming out of the leak.
Interestingly, some of the more significant leaks we have seen in recent years have not come from third parties but from Apple itself.
This year, Apple has not retreated yet, but that does not mean that the mill rumors were quiet.
On the contrary, every week, we seem to gain a stricter sense of what Apple plans to put on the table with the upcoming iPhone 11.
Just this weekend, for example, the physical templates for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max appeared on the Internet and give us a clearer look at the shape of the next-generation iPhone set from Apple.
What you see here is the case templates allegedly filed by manufacturers of cases based on information leaked from Apple's extensive supply chain.
So, although there is no guarantee that the templates below are accurate, it is no secret that manufacturers of cases will often take extreme measures to verify accurate information about upcoming iPhone models in order to get a jump in production.
As shown above, both the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max, as previously reported, will boast a three-lens camera design that will provide users with almost optimized, ultra-wide angle shots and much more.
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By the way, famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo last week issued an investor note that the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max will have a very wide 12 megapixel sensor.
Note Koo says in part:
We expect the camera upgrade to be one of the new major selling points for iPhone 2H19. Critical specifications upgrades are as follows. (1) The rear cameras are likely to be upgraded from a 6.5-inch OLED, 5.8-inch OLED and 6.1-inch LCD to a tri-camera and dual camera, respectively. A new ultra-wide camera will be supported by the triple camera system, which is provided with Sony's exclusive 12MP / 1um CIS.
The front cameras on both devices will feature 12 megapixel sensors, a powerful bump of 7-megapixel sensors currently on the iPhone XS and XS Max models from Apple, he said.
A front view of iPhone 11 from Apple can be seen below, although there is not much to see.
The split remains, although it should be noted that Apple, with the release of the iPhone 11, will provide some improvements reliability and performance to Face ID.