What to expect from the upcoming iPhone XI series
Apple is not far from revealing its newest iPhone XI series and a lot of leaks regarding the design and functions of these phones are floating all over the Internet. The phone is expected to be released in September 2019, but it is not yet officially confirmed by the company.
An important iPhone XI leak that became popular in the starting of this month revealed the three smartphone’s CAD renders. The images did not have any source and were posted on the aggregation forum /leaks. These also include the rumours of a triple rear camera setup on the iPhone XI and XI Max. They also show a dual-camera setup for the iPhone XI R; the smartphone will also be featuring a Telephoto lens providing it 3x Optical Zoom.
Another leak suggested that the iPhones XI Max and XI R might have 3110mAh and 3650mAh battery, which would be 20 per cent more battery than the iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR’s battery packs.
Apart from these, some suggest that these smartphones may not feature 3D Touch and Apple might as well switch to a traditional rectangular logic board. We can also expect a change in the unique L-shaped motherboard that is also the first ‘stacked’ board on the iPhone since Apple’s original iPhone.
Like most of the smartphones, these days the upcoming iPhones are also expected to have an in-display fingerprint reader, and a new USB-C port instead of a Lightning port like Apple has already done with its laptops and tablets earlier.