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Apple iPhone XI with triple rear camera rendered online

Apple could again launch three iPhones in 2019 again like it did with the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR. 

Suhail Sattar Suhail Sattar
New Delhi Published on: January 08, 2019 20:20 IST
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Apple iPhone XI with triple rear camera rendered online

It has just been a week since we entered the new year and leaks around the new iPhone have started rendering already. According to the credible tipster, OnLeaks, images of the new 2019 iPhone have leaked. This has also been backed by another leakster IceUniverse. The images tipped are the back panel of the phone that looks similar to the likes of previous iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max. 

The phone can be seen with three cameras at the back on the left corner. Looking at the camera module, two of the cameras in the phone are aligned vertically, whereas the third camera is placed on the right under the LED flash. All the cameras and LED flash are fitted in a rectangular module, which reminds of the Mate 20 Pro.

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However, the tipster 'OnLeaks' suggests that the 2019 iPhones are still in Engineering Validation Test (EVT) stage, which means that there could be changes in the details or design when the phone eventually gets launched. 

Rumours suggest that the 2019 iPhones will again have three phones like the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR.

The current iPhone XS series includes two 12 Megapixel cameras for a wide-angle shot and a telephoto shot. While the 2019 iPhones still have time to launch, we suggest it to be too early to believe such leaks.

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