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The ugly camera design of the iPhone 11 ‘ seems certain after two new case-render leaks have occurred

The iPhone 11 is still several months away, and as with any new Apple flagship in recent history, there have been countless rumors and leaks about the device – many of which, as far as known, are impossible to get this far from confirm release.

  • The iPhone 11 could be larger than the iPhone XS
  • The iPhone 11 can bring back Touch ID – with a huge twist
  • Apple is said to be planning major upgrades for iPhone 11 cameras

However, there is one persistent rumor about the next Apple iPhone that seems more solid than most, with repeated leaks suggesting that an iPhone 11 with three lenses seems very likely – although the buzz around the design didn't really glow, with the square layout of the large format cameras that distribute Apple fans.

Today, two new sets of iPhone 11 cases have been launched online, providing further evidence that Apple will indeed withstand the controversial design of the rear camera.

With reference to ' trusted sources in China ' has leaked site SonnyDickson.com a few cases that back up the controversial new design, complete with large, square camera cut-outs and device dimensions for proposed & apos; iPhone XI & apos; and & apos; iPhone XI Max & apos; models.

Credit: SonnyDickson.com

In the meantime, more case fillings have come to the fore on SlashLeaks that give us an idea of ​​what the upcoming device's camera can look like while it is spread out in a third-party housing (it's still not real, as it turns out).

Credit: SlashLeaks

Of course these leaked renders are official, which means that we can still cling to the hope that the iPhone 11 won't look like it will arrive later in the year.

Fingers crossed.

  • iPhone 11 can have a camera designed for underwater photography
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