Based on the image, we see the iPhone XI 2019 will come with three rear cameras. It's still too early to deliver a final verdict on the fate of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR, but it's now been confirmed that Apple will launch three new phones this year, continuing the current lineup. There are two cameras aligned vertically like the iPhone XS, but there will also be a third camera placed between the two, on the side.
There's some controversy regarding the goal of the third camera. The sensors and the LED flash all fit in a rectangular Mate 20 Pro-styled module. Below the camera set up the Apple brand logo can be seen like any other previous iPhones. It could be as divisive as the notch on the front of the original iPhone X display. Thus the "camera bump" was created and has remained on iPhone models ever since. There's no doubt the iPhone XI will support wireless charging and have aluminium core - even if it is for the premium models. Which means Apple could revise the design before starting production ready for the annual launch in September. Sales were lower than expected past year, and the company introduced several trade-in incentives and price-cuts in order to boost sales of the 2018 iPhones.
The reason we said Apple got inspired by Huawei is simply by looking at the rear cameras stacked inside a square window.
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The company might end up changing how the device looks design wise.
Apple went through a few issues in the aftermath of the iPhone XS launch with pundits suggesting the company hadn't offered enough of an upgrade to tempt customers away from their existing phones. The placement of the three cameras is also something to look out for.