We all remember those rumors about the future iPhone and the chunky square camera bump, right? Have a seat, because the stories are correct and the successor of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will come exactly with this camera set up in the top left-hand corner on the rear. The best confirmation comes from Olixar that is now selling camera protectors for the future iPhone 11. As in the previous years, Apple is following the same launch, and the device will roll out in September.
The iPhone XI or 11
Olixar is referring to the new device as iPhone 11, and if we look back a little, Apple moved from numbers to Roman numerals with the iPhone X. because of some problems of pronunciation, the Apple marketing team is working and debating whether the new device will be called iPhone XI or iPhone 11. Going back to the accessory, the design is shielding the camera module, but it’s sticking out from the body, and that means it will be vulnerable to knocks and scrapes.
However, the item is currently in mass production and available for sale (you can check out on the online store of MobileFun). Moving on from the chunky design, the device will come with three lenses, an up from the current dual-camera system. Looking back at the rumors, we know that the future flagship will have an ultra-wide angle camera as an addition to the existing wide-angle. It will also come with a telephoto setup and quad-LED flash in the camera module.
Besides this, the successor of iPhone XR will have the same dual-camera from the previous year’s phone, which is an upgrade from the single rear camera. The Olixar Company is also selling screen protectors for the new iPhone 11, and we can see that Apple will add the Face ID system. And with the latest upgrade to iOS 13, the Face ID will work with 30% faster.
Finally, a reliable source is saying that some changes will be made to the front, even if we know from other rumors that the new iPhone models will be identical. For the users that will want to make a change from Samsung or Huawei’s latest models, you should wait until 2020, because Apple is coming with a surprise for its new iPhone 11 Max.