Cupertino based tech giant, Apple is due to update its iPhone lineup in the second half of the year. Reports suggest, like 2018, the company will launch three iPhone models this year. The upcoming flagship devices will supposedly be called the iPhone XI (Eleven) and iPhone XI Max, while the name of iPhone XR‘s successor is unknown. Leaks from the past claimed that the 2019 iPhone flagships will have triple rear cameras and alleged case moulds of smartphones support the claim.
The alleged case moulds for the 2019 iPhone models were leaked by notable leakster, BenGeskin on the microblogging website, Twitter. The moulds are machined out of solid aluminium blocks and they reveal the design of the devices from both the front and back. The case moulds exhibit that the upcoming iPhone XI and the iPhone XI Max will have a similar front fascia to that of the iPhone XS (10S) and iPhone XS Max. Both smartphones have a high screen to body ratio accrediting to thin bezels on all sides. They also have a wide notch above the display like their predecessors.
The rear of the assumed case moulds of the iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max reveal an all-new design which harbours a triple rear camera setup, Apple logo and the iPhone phrase. Noteworthy, the placement of the Apple logo on both the smartphone case moulds is different which suggests another alteration in future devices in comparison to the current gen. The leaked case moulds certainly seem genuine, however, in order to verify their authenticity, we will have to wait till their official launch.
Even though the exact launch date of the iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max is currently unannounced, they are likely to debut in the month of September.