The exclusive pictures of iPhone XI, iPhone XIR, and iPhone XI Max cases have been leaked all over the internet. This has come as the biggest news for users across the world. There are still months to go before Apple announces its next-gen iPhones.
Following last year’s lead, Apple is releasing three iPhones this year – the iPhone XI, the iPhone XI Max, and the pocket-friendly iPhone XIR. The 3D CAD images from the trusted leaker – Steve Hemmerstoffer a.k.a. OnLeaks has already made the iPhones obvious to the world. Everybody knows how the phones exactly look like. The core development will be on the rear where all three devices will sport a monstrous square-shaped camera lodgment as reported by the trusted internet sources.
The iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max will both cast an additional camera for a triple camera setup. The iPhone XIR will also receive an ancillary sensor for a dual camera setup. The pictures which were provided by the trade source display the cases for all three phones. Other than the size, there is not much difference between the phone cases. If the design does not impress you, there is nothing you can do about it. As the live images of the phone’s cases confirm, Apple will indeed be going with the design.
What do the cut-outs on the iPhone cases reveal?
A good grip is ensured by the cases as they have a Kevlar-like appearance. The top left corner of the phone has been cut-out for the square-shaped camera. The power button is located on the right, however, the volume rocker and a cut-out for the sleep key are on the left. The base is home to cut-outs for the charging port, the speaker, and the microphone.
We still have three months in the waiting, as the tradition suggests the new phones to be released in September. Rumors are, some folks may decide to skip this year’s new models because of the design and hope Apple embraces an improved design for 2020’s models.
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