And looks like that the Cupertino major is already prepping for the next generation iPhones to launch around September 2019 - as the traditions go like. Given the fact that the official launch is several months away, this is a great deal and sufficient to spike interest in the new iPhones long before they arrive. Earlier, Bloomberg too had pointed out that Apple would adopt long-distance 3D ToF in its 2019 iPhones.
According to the latest reports, Onleaks has partnered with Digit.in to provide images of the legitimate prototypes of 2019 iPhone or you can say iPhone 11. If you are eager to know what the next iPhone or the iPhone XI may look like, then this new leak should interest you.More news: Daenerys meets Sansa in new Game of Thrones teaser
It is hard to say which variant will carry the three rear cameras. The current render images of the iPhone XI show that Apple is probably going for a camera arrangement reminiscent of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Along with the new iOS 13, the tech giant Apple will also evolve its flagship smartphone with some important features, particularly in the case of the processor and camera. The three rear cameras are positioned in a squircle manner in the top left corner of the back cover. There's also an LED flash above the side camera.
The video was released in conjunction with the publication Digit, which includes a handful of predictions for the upcoming iPhone.More news: Vivek Oberoi shines as Narendra Modi
The Juice Pack Access will be available to purchase later this year for United States $119.95 and will come in a variety of colours, including black, stone, gold, and dark red for the iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS/X, and black, blue, and red for the iPhone XR.
Basically, in short, these three cameras will simply help to take better photos by allowing the device to collect more information about colors and lights simply to give realistic results.More news: US economy added 312,000 jobs in December
It is thought that the unusual alignment might have something to do with apple adopting a 3D camera sensor for its next phone. We'll just have to wait and watch if Apple opts for this tacky design for the iPhone XI. There are two cameras aligned vertically, similar to the iPhone XS.