Another iPhone 11 Prototype Render Shows Up Featuring Different Design Than The Previous One
The 2019 round of iPhones may be months away from being announced, but we seem to be in the middle of something of a render-storm, with more and more images and videos being shared of what people claim the new phones will look like.
The latest comes via OnLeaks and CompareRaja, with a new prototype apparently working its way through manufacturing plants.
This leak is the second that OnLeaks has shared, and it’s believed that this is an alternative option for Apple to the one that was shared a week ago. This version is perhaps the best looking of the two, with a smaller notch and redesigned camera bump being the two most obvious changes. OnLeaks says that both of the leaks that have lead to these sets of renders are legitimate, and if true it would suggest that Apple is yet to decide on the final look for its next round of phones.
Since OnLeaks first started this latest round of leaks last week we have seen others join in the fun, with talk of a triple camera system around the back of the phone being one constant. This latest render shows the cameras in a more central position, rather than clumped together in a square orientation. This would be the first time that Apple has moved the location of its camera, so we’re not sure what to make of that.
Around the front, the smaller notch is certainly the most obvious change, but bezels all around the screen also appear to be slightly smaller than the iPhone XS, which already has pretty small bezels of its own.
We’ll have to wait and see whether either of these latest renders are remotely close to what ships in September, but we expect more concrete details to emerge as time marches on.