iPhone XI concept sports three-lens camera and sleek redesign


Three lenses are better than one.
Photo: ConceptCreator

iPhone fans are already chomping at the bit for a redesigned model less than three months after the iPhone XS and XS Max made their debut.

A new concept design for the iPhone XI made its way to YouTube today imagining some big changes that could come to Apple’s flagship device in 2019. Chief among the new features is a three lens camera array accompanied by some design tweaks inspired by the new iPad Pro.

Take a closer look:

Apple isn’t expected to reveal the iPhone XI until fall 2019. Most analysts predict the company will come out with three different sizes, just like the 2018 iPhone lineup.

Rumors about the upcoming device are already starting to pop up. Three cameras on the back could be in the cards, along with an improved Face ID sensor. Apple Pencil support could be added as well.

One major omission on the 2019 iPhones could be the removal of 3D Touch. Apple might also shrink the notch on the front of the phones, giving users even more screen real estate. Of course, you’ll also get a faster A13 processor, a faster LTE modem and hopefully improved battery life.


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