iPhone 11 schematics feed our biggest fear


Some Apple fans have bemoaned how the company may have misplaced its touch when it comes to design. A series of missteps and questionable decisions possess led some to lose confidence in Cupertino’s once popular design chops. It’s not over yet. If this brand-new leak for what is alleged to end up being the iPhone 11 or iPhone XI is definitely what it statements to be, then iPhone fans will soon be greeted by another odd design that isn’t exactly new but also unheard of at the same time.

Square cameras might become a thing if this calendar year’s iPhone is just as these leaks describe. It wouldn’t be the very first time we’ve seen that style, though, as Huawei used a square bump on the Huawei Mate 20 series last year. The difference can be that Apple’s alleged version arranges the cameras in a different way.

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That design was first revealed by OnLeaks at the beginning of the year. Instead of sitting down neatly on a 2×2 grid, the three lenses will supposedly alternate, forming a triangle. This is right now seemingly confirmed by another independent leak that shows the schematics of a welding pattern for the iPhone 11/XI.

The schematic does hint at why Apple may have been forced to use this unusual design. For one, it saves up on space so Apple won’t have to rearrange the iPhone’s internals too much to make took for three cameras. It also shows two large holes, perhaps for a flash and another sensor, that wouldn’t fit flawlessly on a 2×2 grid.

Despite that, this design won’t sit well with a few iPhone users, especially those that have dissatisfied with very visible antenna lines and notches. Others, however, will be more forgiving, especially if it gives them Apple’s 1st triple camera iPhone.


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