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iPhone 11 New renders show off horizontal triple-camera and design

New iPhone 11 leak shows an exciting and radical new design

There's a new iPhone 11 leak of a render that gives us an idea how Apple's 2019 smartphone may appear. The good news: it looks a lot better than before.
Last week, notable leaker @OnLeaks revealed a render of a possible prototype for the upcoming iPhone 11 displaying a triple-camera setup set in a square mounting. Today, he released another rendering created with partner CompareRaja that shows off a trio of lenses in a horizontal strip – which could be an alternate prototype for Apple’s next smartphone. 
Shortly after the first leak, a report from the Wall Street Journal claimed that a three-camera iPhone was coming – but it might only be the highest-end (like the iPhone XS Max-equivalent) of three models Apple will announce. The other pair of phones will only have two cameras, which means these leaks likely only refer to the biggest version coming this year.
As opposed to the camera block in the upper-left corner in the first render, this new leak shows off a (much more aesthetically appealing) single line of lenses in a central blister toward the top. The front notch is also slightly (but not noticeably) smaller than that on the iPhone XS.
Other triple-camera phones like the LG V40 have set their rear-facing triple cameras up in a similar horizontal arrangement – but Apple’s big development may be to swap out the rear-facing camera flash for a light ring around the central camera. A microphone also sits below that middle lens.

Apple’s triple-lens iPhone will likely be the company’s flagship model, essentially the successor to the current iPhone XS Max. Meanwhile, there are rumblings that the follow-up to the iPhone XR will feature a dual-lens camera scheme.
As for other iPhone 11 tidbits that have surfaced over the past few weeks, there have been rumors that Apple’s next-gen iPhone will include support for faster Wi-Fi, improved Face ID performance and reliability, and USB-C support. There was even a Reuters report claiming that Apple may introduce a 5G-capable iPhone this year, though that seems like a long-shot.

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