New iPhone 11 Expected To Offer Apple’s Triple-Camera Setup

We’re just a couple months away from the iPhone 11 and you’re probably contemplating whether to drop $1,000 on another phone. By now, Apple is locked in on their 2019 iPhone, preparing for their September launch. Of course, there’s plenty of iPhone 11 leaks that have flooded the internet, giving us an idea of what to expect. After looking everything over, you may decide to wait till next year’s iPhone.

Since the beginning of the year, we’ve seen countless renders and even official design mockups that were meant for case makers. Apart from the controversial rear camera setup, the iPhone 11 won’t be much different than the iPhone 10. In fact, the device design will be identical, except for the square camera bump. The notch is still present and the lightning port is here to stay—for now, at least.

We can expect Apple to incorporate a new chip that promises faster speeds and enhanced battery life, but that may be about it. Additional Animojis may also be in store, but that’s also not at the top of everyone’s wish list. The main focus is on the triple camera system. It’s reported that the third camera will support greater zoom capabilities, in support with it’s ‘ultra-wide-angle lens’. There’s also rumors that the iPhone 11 will be capable of wirelessly charging your AirPods or iWatch, similar to Samsung’s Powershare.

Until the September launch, we can’t be 100% positive that Apple isn’t hiding any surprises. The leaks suggest that this years iPhone line will be subtle, as Apple is likely gearing up for 2020. Stay tuned until then!

Take a look at an iPhone 11 clone unboxing below: