It's about the season, people. With the WWDC in less than two months and the release of the Apple iPhone 2019 in just a few months, the rumor mill Apple is about to launch. And despite Apple's efforts to "double" product secrecy, the past few years have shown that Apple can not do much about it to prevent serious rumors about upcoming products. Interestingly enough, some of the more revealing leaks we've seen in recent years are not from third parties, but from Apple itself.
Apple has not given in this year, but that's not to say rumor mill was quiet. On the contrary, we seem to understand each week more clearly what Apple wants to bring to the table with the release of the upcoming iPhone 1
The following photos were originally published on Weibo and were subsequently picked up by a user on Slashleaks . Here are body moldings allegedly assembled by manufacturers based on leaked information from Apple's extensive supply chain. While there's no guarantee that the molded parts below will be accurate, it's no secret that manufacturers often take extreme measures to get accurate information about future iPhone models for a production leap.
As previously shown, the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max will both have a three-lens camera design as previously stated that should provide users with enhanced zoom. Ultra wide-angle shots and more. Incidentally, the renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo issued an investor note last week that the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max will have an ultra-wide 12-megapixel sensor will be one of the key selling points of the new iPhone 2H19. Critical specification updates are as follows. (1) Reversing cameras with 6.5-inch OLED, 5.8-inch OLED and 6.1-inch LCD screens are likely to be upgraded to triple or dual cameras. A super wide camera is being introduced by the triple camera system, which is equipped with the exclusive CIS of 12 MP / 1um provided by Sony.
Kuo added that the front cameras on both devices include 12 megapixel sensors This is a significant improvement on the 7 megapixel sensors currently found on Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max models.
A front view of the Apple iPhone 11 models can be seen below. The score remains intact, though it's worth pointing out that Apple is reportedly introducing some improvements to Face ID reliability and performance with the release of the iPhone 11.