This information has come from a Japanese site called Macotakara through contacts within Appleā€™s Chinese supply chain.

Apple XI design leaked May feature triple camera array housed in protruding square
Atom Tech Shorts Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 17:13

One of the many reasons Apple fans love the devices sold by the company is the simplistic but aesthetic designs chosen for their products. But if the latest leaks on the iPhone XI to be released by Apple this fall are anything to go by, the critics may have a lot to say about the choice of the rear camera setup Apple is said to have decided on.

To be precise, this particular rear camera design with a square module and three camera lenses and the LED flash was suggested by OnLeaks earlier. But many people online felt at the time that Apple would never go for such a design. But now, this confirmation is coming through Macotakara, a Japanese site which says they have received this leak through some of the vendors in China from where the components are sourced by Apple. It is being pushed as a reliable leak. The only difference from the design leaked earlier and the one being suggested now is that the arrangement of the camera lenses inside the square module look more symmetrical. For the record though, this particular square camera module is not being adopted for the first time either. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro features it already.

But those who feel very strongly about such things go to the extent of saying that if Apple goes ahead and releases the iPhone XI with this design, it can expect more people to shun its devices than they are already doing now. But there is still a lot of time to reach to such conclusions.

Whatever the final outcome on the iPhone camera design, Apple fans are still hoping that the speculated foldable phone to be launched by Apple will be just out of this world in terms of design and performance. But the fact that Apple is not releasing a 5G phone in the near future is rankling among them.

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