Apple iPhone XI to come with three cameras on back

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Similar could be the case this year as well.

We're a barely a week into 2019 and rumors surrounding Apple's next-gen iPhone lineup are already starting to trickle in.

The rumour reveals that Apple will go out of its way to make the upcoming iPhones much special and better than ever before.

Apple may be adding a third camera to the iPhone, and this it how it might look. Not according to phone renderer OnLeaks, who on Sunday released a hi-res video of what he thinks the iPhone XI will look like.

Digit's source also admits that the new iPhone is still in engineering evaluation and we're not expecting to see a new iPhone model until September 2019, so we're not sure if this design will ever see the light of day.

It is hard to say which variant will carry the three rear cameras. The three rear cameras are positioned in a squircle manner in the top left corner of the back cover.

This may be the new 2019 iPhone Xi

Apple iPhone XI camera setup will include three cameras in a triangle formation along with a hexa LED flash and a secondary noise cancellation microphone. Two of them are vertically aligned while the third one is placed on the right under the LED flash.

OnLeaks worked together with Digit - an India-based publication - to provide the renders, as well as a 5K render video of the handset.

The Juice Pack Access will be available to purchase later this year for USA $119.95 and will come in a variety of colours, including black, stone, gold, and dark red for the iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS/X, and black, blue, and red for the iPhone XR. However, how the camera is setup on the device can be questionable.

Apple made a huge deal out of AR Kit and the iPhone's AR credentials when the iPhone X launched but it has gone a little quiet since then about the technology.

It's also unclear what the third camera's goal will be, but Bloomberg has previously reported that Apple was interested in acquiring 3D camera sensors from Sony.

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