There are still many months left for the iPhone XI to officially be presented but rumors about how the new model will be has already begun.
A few months ago, the well-known source of leaks Steve Hemmerstoffer has revealed the possible design of a prototype of the iPhone XI, which will have a triple rear camera in the upper left corner. Today a new schemes that corroborate the previous leak has appeared.
Surprisingly, the cameras are not aligned horizontally or vertically but arranged in a peculiar square arrangement that reminds us of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) March 28, 2019
Although at the moment we do not know the details about the camera, some rumors suggest that we could see a 14MP main camera and a 10MP telephoto camera. As for the third camera, it could be a wide-angle camera.
There could also be a ToF type sensor to measure distances more accurately, which would help in Augmented Reality apps and when taking pictures in Portrait mode.
In addition to the new design of the back, Apple could make some changes to the front of the phone too. Rumors indicate that the iPhone XI could have slightly narrower frames and a smaller notch thanks to smaller Face ID components and the integration of certain elements on the screen itself.
This year, Apple could improve the charging speed of the iPhone. For years, iPhones have come with 5W chargers, although the devices really support fast charging. It is believed that the iPhone XI could arrive with an 18W USB-C charger, although the iPhone itself will not have a USB-C port but will keep the Lightning connector.