This year’s most anticipated Android phones are making headlines with their own releases such as Samsung’s much-awaited Galaxy Fold and the powerful OnePlus 7 Pro, both of which are being released this month.
Despite all the attention they are getting, Apple remains to be the most intriguing phone in the market with analysts and tech geeks continuing to speculate what the next iOS smartphone could bring. The supposed iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11 R have truly piqued the interest of smartphone enthusiasts with new information that has come out from sources described by experts as “reliable.”
According to BGR, two new sources that have been fairly reliable of Apple leaks have almost confirmed strong rumors involving the Cupertino giant’s next smartphone. This includes the possibility that the new phones will most likely follow the look of the iPhone XS line on the front while the back of the phone will showcase the same apart with the new triple-lens camera module that’s expected from the two more high-end phones.
The new design suggests continuity and a more solid look since Apple will be letting go of the usual black render of its camera phones. The same can be expected from the iPhone 11 R design, although the phone will only have two rear lenses.
Aside from the design aspect, it seems that reverse wireless charging (first made available in the Samsung Galaxy S10 phone) will also be available in the new Apple iPhones.
This information was said to have come from two reliable sources. First is from a group or individual said to have created an iPhone mold based on next-generation iPhone schematics which were stolen from the Foxconn factory. Foxconn is where Apple’s new phones will be produced.
Another diagram showing the iPhone 11 and iPhone Max case were also released by an anonymous source that used to leak information on the Cupertino company’s next gadgets.
Now although the information is not new and truth be told somewhat underwhelming, it should be noted that these details come from sources who have been known to provide reliable news about Apple’s upcoming products. This means the design details could be official at this point.