Despite the fact that we still have nearly five months to wait before Apple releases its next-generation 11-Series smartphones, the pace of leakage has really increased in recent weeks. The iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11R (or what Apple calls it calling) are shaping up as annoying updates a few months ago, but recent reports suggest that Apple is preparing much more new features and upgrades than previously thought.
Marks over the past month of the world's tallest insider, TF International Securities analyst Ming-Qi Kuo revealed a number of major upgrades to this year's edition of the iPhone 11. According to Kuo, the iPhone 11R will be skipped to the back camera with dual lens, while the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will get huge upgrades to the camera, including a new three-lens array. Kuo also says he will have new frozen glass, and maybe we will have a new finish with which we will expect.
In terms of hardware, it looks like the 2019 iPhone 11 will follow the same road as 2016 from the iPhone 7 series; the phones will look the same as their predecessors for the most part, but they will make huge improvements in performance and a bunch of exciting new features. Those of us who are closely following the industry will immediately recall that the fourth holiday after the release of the iPhone 7 is Apple's biggest quarter selling iPhone. Amazing 78.29 million iPhones were sold in that three-month period, proving that iPhones can still reach a ton of buzz despite modest design changes. But while the visual design has changed to this year's iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Max, it really will be modest, the new leak recalls that Apple's attention to detail remains unrivaled in the smartphone industry.
It was not long ago that there was a huge gap between the iPhone and all other smartphones there. Where the design, the quality of the construction and the premium materials were concerned, nothing else was on the market. Android smartphones from vendors such as Samsung and LG felt cheap and plastic because, well, they were made of inexpensive plastic. If you wanted a flagship smartphone that looked and felt like a smartphone, I bought an iPhone.
Needless to say, this is no longer the case. Samsung and other mobile phone manufacturers from Android have invested enormous efforts and resources in building leading-edge phones that are at the same level with the iPhone's Apple mobile phones. In 2019, even small Chinese smartphone vendors that most people in the United States have never heard of building sleek leds made of glass and metal. There is absolutely no doubt that the gap between the iPhone and major Android phones has dropped – but it still exists.
We've seen several times on the iPhone on the Apple iPhone 2019 models. In fact, just yesterday, a Japanese blog released a video showing physical models on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max side by side. The video gives us a very good idea of what the next generation of Apple's iPhone real-life looks like when they are released in September, but 3D printed models obviously do not show the refinement that can be expected from Apple's current phones.
That brings us to a new new leak from Thursday morning. Twitter uses @OnLeaks is known for getting hands-on files from Foxconn servers and using them to create renders of unissued smartphones. The iPhone 11 was introduced in the past, but @ OnLeaks has obviously received updated information recently because the new mortar set was released with only a few key changes compared to those we saw earlier this year.
New iPhone 11 renders from @OnLeaks were posted on a website called Cashkaro, and they probably give us a very good idea of what to expect when Apple released the iPhone 11 by the end of the summer. The square of the rear triangle of the square triple lens is where you need to focus your attention, as this is where you will find the greatest changes compared to the previous plasters.
The holes that are cut above the camera lenses are much larger than they were before, but the camera itself is where it should focus. First, it looks a bit more potent than it has in previous plasters. But, more importantly – and more impressive – the camera clashed with the iPhone 11, apparently made entirely of glass. In fact, @OnLeaks Twitter that the whole back of the phone is a piece of shaped glass, the camera is turned on.
Formerly, iPhone's will roll back like the iPhone X and iPhone XS have metal inserts to fit the rear camera, and those designs are far easier to produce. Of course, Apple never moved away from the challenge when it comes to production, and is therefore still the only smartphone maker to use a brilliant but expensive engineering trick to almost completely eliminate the lower chin under its iPhone .
Most people probably will not even notice the difference if they upgrade from iPhone X to iPhone 11 later this year. But those of us who appreciate the design know that many small details like this are added to a device with a fit and end up like no other.