Apple is a brand that you can either hate or love but you can’t stop talking about it. Even after confirming that they are not going to launch 5G iPhones until 2020, people are super excited about the minor upgrades they are willing to offer this time around.
The rear cameras are the talk of the town and have been ever since the high-resolution image leaks of the upcoming iPhone XI and the iPhone XI Max surfaced on OnLeaks Twitter account. The channel has been quite credible when it comes to providing formidable leaks that later turned out into actual news.
A Minor Bump You Can’t Avoid
After all, when you place triple cameras in the rear and arrange them in the same spot, obviously you can’t avoid having a bump. Apple engineers have kept it to the minimum and ensured it still looks stylish with so many cameras stacked in one place.
Nokia did something similar but what they came up with was eerie looking with a bunch of cameras and the flashlight arranged in the center of the rear side. However, Apple has maintained the aesthetics and has used a square with rounded corners. The bump is ever so slight that it is hardly noticeable besides being pushed to the top left corner of the phone so that it doesn’t affect the Apple logo.
The high-resolution images are simply too good to look at as we could flush out the details of the new iPhone XI model under development. The phone is still in its early stages obviously and it might be months before the official renders of the phone make its way online.
Apart from providing a bump for the entire square area, Apple has also created individual zones for the camera to provide a 3D rendered look and that may also be to give those cameras additional space in terms of aesthetics. We can’t really claim it would help the hardware perform better.
The top spot is still held by Google Pixel phones and the company is planning to launch a $400 mid-range Pixel with the same camera. In this regard, both Apple and Samsung are expected to churn out something similar not only in pricing but also in bringing down flagship quality camera to mid-range devices. It will enable a whole bunch of new users to come into the Apple ecosystem and also appreciate the camera they create year after year.