Design of iPhone 11 with rear camera cluster and rabbit ears screen has been confirmed - Photo 1.
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The design of the iPhone 11 with the square rear camera cluster and rabbit ears screen has just been confirmed


According to reports and information leaked last time, we learned that iPhone 11 will have major changes in the rear camera cluster. Apple will put 3 rear camera lenses and LED flash inside a very large square module. Besides, iPhone 11 will still keep rabbit ears design from iPhone X.

Recently, accessory manufacturer Olixar confirmed the above information is true. Olixar has introduced the rear camera protector for iPhone 11, including 3 different versions. Besides, the manufacturer of this accessory also has toughened glass screen protector for iPhone 11.

Mobile Fun UK is a UK retailer, has pre-ordered these accessories and disclosed the information above. Mobile Fun UK said Olixar has mass-produced these accessories and is ready to distribute them to retailers. So we can be quite sure that the above information is reliable.

Design of iPhone 11 with rear camera cluster and rabbit ears screen has been confirmed - Photo 2.

iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will have the same rear camera design. Meanwhile, the iPhone 11R will only have 2 rear cameras, so the square module is also smaller. The position of the camera lenses is also confirmed, with 3 lenses arranged in triangles and 2 lenses (iPhone 11R) will be arranged vertically. The LED flash will be tilted toward the upper right.

Olixar's screen protector also confirmed the rabbit ears design on the iPhone 11. However, there is a difference in the speaker net, which seems to be twice as thick as before. According to rumors, Apple will improve Face ID with new sensors, so the size of rabbit ears will change.

Design of iPhone 11 with rear camera cluster and rabbit ears screen has been confirmed - Photo 3.

iPhone 11 promises to be released around the end of September. However, until now we have not known the official names of these iPhones. It is not clear after the word naming with iPhone X and XS, does Apple come back to the familiar way of naming numbers?

Reference: gsmarena


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