We already know, Apple is working on the successors of iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max models. Allegedly, the 2019 models will have triple rear cameras, a reduced (or entirely eliminated) notch and much more.
Now we have more details about the speculated cameras on the upcoming iPhone models, including the design. So let’s find out what Apple has in store for us.
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Well recently, on the Chinese social media Weibo there were a couple of images of mobile phone moulds. Now there is this wave of rumours that say these moulds are of the upcoming iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max models. These moulds are expected to be used to make third-party cases for the 2019 models.
So, what all can we expect in these models?
As per leaked photos, the iPhone 2019 camera will have the triple rear cameras in a square setup. This layout is placed at the top left corner on the back of the smartphone. Further, if rumours are to be believed, the triple camera setup includes a standard wide-angle unit, an ultra-wide angle unit, and a telephoto unit. Also, all three cameras might be 12 MP sensors and to be made by Sony. The iPhone Xs successor will have 12MP selfie snapper on the front, an upgraded version of the 7MP shooter.
What else? Well… Apple recently filed a patent application for underwater photography using software enhancements.
What will it do? It automatically adjusts the camera setting when the smartphone is underwater. This feature will help you click sharp photo even underwater. Fun, isn’t it? Most importantly I wouldn’t have to cover my iPhone in those hideous cellophane wraps, next time going for scuba diving.
But, will this amazing feature make its way to 2019 iPhone models? That remains unclear as of now. Fingers-crossed.