iPhone XI Max renders and 360-degree video show the difference size with iPhone XI

“The iPhone XI Max will look similar to the current iPhone XS Max, but will feature a triple rear camera setup”

Renders of the 2019 Apple iPhones have been making rounds on the internet. Recently, moulds for the iPhone XI and the iPhone XI Max revealed the triple rear camera design. Now, more renders and a 360 video have surfaced online, which reveal the design changes in much more detail. The CAD renders were posted by CashKaro in collaboration with noted tipster OnLeaks. There’s nothing new in these renders that we haven’t already seen before. However, you can see the difference in size between the iPhone XI and the iPhone XI Max. 

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Also seen in these renders, is the newly designed mute button. From the front, the new iPhones look identical to the current iPhone XS and XS Max. As per reports, they will continue to feature a 5.8-inch display on the iPhone XI and a larger 6.5-inch screen on the iPhone XI Max. Apparently, the bezels are said to be thinner than the current models, but you won’t be able to tell the difference. 


As you can see in the render above, the mute button has a round shape, which is similar to the button present on the iPad. The triangular triple rear camera setup seems to have a slight camera bump and is similar to what we’ve seen in previous renders. We are not sure if we like the design, but some people seem to be fans. This would be the first iPhone from Apple to feature three cameras at the back. Talking about the back, it will be made out of glass, just as the current variants. 

So far, Apple has been shipping the dual camera iPhones with a primary 12-megapixel sensor and a telephoto unit. With the 2019 iPhone models, Apple is expected to include a new super-wide angle sensor to the mix. Most flagship phones of 2019 feature three or more cameras at the back. The renders also reveal that the new iPhones will continue to use the lightning port. There were reports that Apple may switch to USB Type-C, but that will likely not happen this year.

Check out the video below and head to the source link for more renders.