Similar could be the case this year as well. There's very little information to corroborate the design, but another big name in smartphone leaks has weighed-in to say it is accurate. Apple's fiscal Q1 2019 earnings will be shared on January 29 and if the outlook is shown to a dramatic decrease, then the company will need to add some nifty features to the iPhone XI for it to be a hot sell. Tipster Onleaks partnered with Digit.in has shared what appear to be the first renders of Apple's next flagship device, the iPhone XI. The renders reveal a triple-camera setup arranged in a triangle shape (we've seen weird setups arranged in L-shapes too). Thus the "camera bump" was created and has remained on iPhone models ever since.
The three-camera setup certainly sounds impressive, but it's quite likely to push up the cost of production, and therefore inflate the iPhone brand's price tag even further. Two of them are vertically aligned while the third one is placed on the right under the LED flash. But Onleaks did mention that the upcoming iPhone (s) is still at the Engineering Validation Test (EVT) stage, which means that this isn't the final design and is subjected to change before the final release.More news: Twitter reacts to India's series win in Australia
It also remains to be seen if a third camera will be Apple's ticket to bounce back from a low 2018. There's no revelation of the front panel of the iPhone XI but we expect Apple to shift from the traditional wide notch to a waterdrop notch, maybe?