Would Apple ever do something like this? Unrealistic iPhone XI renders?

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Sources via Onleaks, renders of the back of a new iPhone, the iPhone Xi, have been published by Digit.in, who revealed the device would have a triple camera assembly in a square camera housing with three cameras aligned non-linearly.

Since Apple takes symmetrical design very seriously, it is hard to believe that the actual triple camera array will look as ugly as this.

It'll be two full years from the iPhone X redesign in September, which is why we expect Apple to make a few big changes to keep things fresh.

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Apple is reportedly getting in on the camera count war by increasing the number of rear cameras to three and significantly expanding the size of the module. The cameras and LED flash are arranged in a squircle positioned in the top left corner of the phone. First leaked renders of the iPhone XI show a weird arrangement of three cameras, flash, and a mic boxed together quite horrendously in our opinion. We have no sure way of knowing which of the upcoming phones is shown in the renders, but with such a drastic change in the camera setup, it's probably the top-of-the-line model.

We heard first of a TOF lens in Oppo R17 Pro past year, but the technology seemed ahead of its time. OnLeaks states that the renders are based on EVT (engineering validation test), which means the device design isn't final as of yet. With major brands like Apple exploring this area of 3D sensors, and Sony boosting its interest here, we won't be surprised to see plenty of 3D mapping hardware and software in 2019. One, Hemmerstoffer has provided accurate information regarding next-gen iPhone designs in the past.

TOF or Time of Flight technology is basically the time taken for the light to bounce back off an object to create a 3D map. There's no doubt the iPhone XI will support wireless charging and have aluminium core - even if it is for the premium models.