iPhone 11 leak video posted?

A case of leaking apples

by Andy Bassett
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iPhone 11 leak video posted?
It has been reported by Mobile Fun today that they received a video from their teams in China showing Apple’s upcoming iPhone models.
AVForums cannot verify the authenticity of this video and its contents and Mobile Fun itself seems to confirm that these models shown are ‘dummy units’ used for case testing. Nonetheless, it gives an interesting heads up about the look, size and layout of Apple’s latest phones, and the source indicates that physical size, port orientation, button placement and screen size are all likely correct.

If this is true, it means that there’s very little difference between these examples and their predecessors, the XS Max, XS and XR versions. The standout design change is the square-shaped, triple-lens camera on two of the models. The third model has just a dual camera contained within the square camera port.

Apparently naming of these model has yet to be decided and the source states that there has been no decision over whether the nomenclature will revolve around Roman Numerals or more traditional alpha-numeric values. The expectation is that Apple will continue with their usual approach and label the devices the iPhone 11, 11 Max and 11R. It’s reported that is no 5G variant. Whether that means all three models are already 5G enabled is not known.

Dimension wise, they appear identical to the previous iterations and the screens sizes remain very similar too. The largest 11 Max model is 6.5-inches, the smallest sized model, likely the standard iPhone 11, is 5.8-inches and the middle sized version, the 11R is 6.1-inches. Without the ability to power on these shell devices, Apple’s plans for the display notch cannot be verified.

iPhone 11 leak video posted?
These dimensions have been confirmed by case manufacturers Olixar as well as others in the industry. Most of the changes the case manufacturers will have to concentrate on will be accommodating the rear camera array since it is so markedly different.

Other clues from the external design include the possibility that the Lightning port has been retained, though a move to USB-C might be on the cards for future iterations. Additionally, the mute switch is still present.

Examining the camera array more closely, all three models appear to have a true tone flashes present and the medium sized 11R, with its dual lens, has a pin head sized port included in the array too. Could this be a microphone or possibly a Time of Flight sensor for depth perception?

These bigger camera mounts with their larger lip do make the newest iPhones a little bulkier than the XR and XS counterparts.

Typically, these case mockups are pretty reliable guides as to the final product, so don’t expect much of a change from these on the release version.

Is this what AVForums iPhone fans were expecting? Does it seems little safe or have Apple got it right by concentrating on the camera in the face of strong cameras from Samsung and Huawei recently? What are you hoping for operationally? Let us know in the discussion thread.



Source: www.mobilefun.co.uk
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