Despite the fact that we still have to wait nearly five months for Apple to release the next generation of iPhone 11 iPhone smartphones, the pace of leaks has really increased in recent weeks. The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R (or whatever Apple calls it) had become boring updates a few months ago, but recent reports suggest that Apple is upgrading far more new features and upgrades than we had previously anticipated ,
Notes from world-leading Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst with TF International Securities, revealed a number of big improvements over the past month for this year's iPhone 11 series. According to Kuo, the iPhone 11R will be powered by a dual-lens reversing camera, while the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will both receive major camera upgrades, including a new triple-lens array. Kuo also says they will have new frosted glass backs, and we may even have a new finish to look forward to.
In terms of hardware, it looks like the iPhone 11 from 2019 will follow the same path as the iPhone 7 series from 2016. The phones look much the same as their predecessors, but bring tremendous performance improvements and a number of exciting new ones Functions with you. Those of us who are following the industry closely will immediately recall that the Christmas quarter following the release of the iPhone 7 continues to be Apple's biggest quarter for selling iPhone. In this three-month period, a whopping 78.29 million iPhones were sold, proving that iPhones can still buzz a lot despite modest design changes. While the visual design of this year's iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will indeed be modest, a recent leak indicates that Apple's attention for details in the smartphone industry remains unmatched.
Not long ago, there was a huge gap between iPhones and every other smartphone. In terms of design, build quality and high quality materials, the market was nothing else close. Android smartphones from vendors like Samsung and LG felt cheap and plastic because they were made of cheap plastic. If you're looking for a flagship smartphone that looks and feels like a flagship smartphone, you've bought an iPhone.
It is needless to say that this is no longer the case. Samsung and other Android phone manufacturers have invested tremendous efforts and resources in building flagship phones that match Apple's Apple phones. In 2019, even small Chinese smartphone providers that know most people in the US have never heard of building lean flagship phones made of glass and metal. There is no doubt that the gap between the iPhone and the flagship of Android phones has narrowed – but it's still there.
We've played Apple's designs for the year 2019 a couple of times already. In fact, just yesterday a Japanese blog has released a video showing physical models of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max side by side. The video gives us a very good idea of what Apple's next generation of iPhones will look like when released in September in real life. However, 3D-printed models obviously do not offer the sophistication that we expect from Apple's actual phones.
This brings us from Thursday morning to a new leak. Twitter use @OnLeaks is known to grab files from Foxconn servers and use them to create unpublished smartphones. The iPhone 11 has already been rendered in the past, but @OnLeaks has recently received recently updated information as a new set of renderings has just been released, which included some important changes from previous year's changes.
The new iPhone 11 from @OnLeaks has been released on some websites CashkaroThey probably give us a very good idea of what to expect when Apple announces the iPhone 11 in late summer. You should focus your attention in the quadrilateral rear view camera array with three lenses, as it has the biggest changes compared to previous renderings.
The holes cut out over the camera lenses are much larger than before, but the camera hood itself is where your attention should be focused. At first it looks a bit thinner than in previous renderings. But even more important and impressive is that the camera of the iPhone 11 is obviously made entirely of glass. Actually, @ OnLeaks has tweeted the entire back of the phone is made up of a single piece of molded glass, including camera back.
Earlier iPhones have glass backs like the iPhone X and the iPhone XS with metal inserts for the rear view camera. These designs are much easier to manufacture. Of course, Apple has never defied a manufacturing challenge, which is why it is still the only smartphone maker to use a brilliant yet expensive technical trick to almost completely eliminate the lower "chin" bezel of iPhone displays ,
Most people will probably not notice the difference if they switch from iPhone X to iPhone 11 later this year. But those of us who appreciate design know that many small details fit into a device that fits like no other.