It’s time to talk about the 2019 iPhone family once again. The devices are launching only in September, however, they’ve been in the rumor mill since the first months of this year. Now, the three devices to carry the iPhone 11 moniker have been drawn in CAD renders. These renders are pretty much equal to what we’ve seen so far.
The iPhone 11 and 11 Max feature a triple camera setup. This setup will probably count with a wide-angle and telephoto lenses in addition to the main shooter. On the front, they seem to be almost identical to the last generation premium iPhones – 6.5-inch display for the 11 Max and 5.8-inch for the standard iPhone 11. Since they’re the same, that also means that they’re going another year with the wide notch of 2017.
The iPhone 11R, in counterpart to its siblings, will ship with a double camera setup. While that’s not as impressive as the triple sensor present in the premium series, that’s a significant upgrade over the single sensor in the iPhone XR. The screen features 6.1-inch and also brings back the controversial notch at the top.
Unfortunately, there are no more details about the 2019 iPhone trio. After all, these renders are likely produced by case-makers that usually have no more details other than dimensions. The 2019 iPhones come with the hard mission to regain the public that was not pleased by the 2018 models.
Apart from the design and camera, the 2019 lineup will also bring other improvements in the hardware, software and antenna construction.