New iPhone XI/R/Max 2019 schematics and concept images flesh out iOS 13 and square camera kits

New iPhone XI/R/Max 2019 schematics and concept images flesh out iOS 13 and square camera kits
By now, it's clear that Apple will keep the 2019 iPhone crop's design similar to last year's edition, yet boost the camera prowess of the handsets significantly to ward off the onslaught of super zooms and wide angles, yellow pixel revolutions, and the like, that Huawei, Samsung and others are constantly coming up with.

The alleged molds of the iPhone XR, XS and XS Max's successors have leaked out (again) and if they hold water in the end, the rumored dual- or triple-camera setups in a square "island" elevated from the top left corner of the rear, may turn out credible.

As if to further solidify the expected new iPhone features and design, graphic artist Hasan Kaymak has filled in the blanks based on rumors, CAD drawings, and analyst expectations, and fleshed out the above molds in full-res 3D renders that are as pretty as they are informative of how the 2019 iPhones may look like. 

The only thing he apparently didn't have time to do, is the latest rumor that the iPhone XR's successor will ship with a new color set to choose from. Meanwhile, new case schematics of the iPhone XI and XI Max, or whatever they may get called, leaked out, this time from a reliable source like Sonny Dickson, reiterating once again the expected new design. 

Where there is smoke, there might be fire, too, do you like how the new iPhones may turn out to be based on all the leaked molds, case schematics and concept images below?

Related phones

iPhone 11
  • Display 6.1 inches
    1792 x 828 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Dual camera)
    12 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A13 Bionic
    4GB RAM
  • Storage 64GB, not expandable
  • Battery 3110 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x


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