Given the earlier reports of 2019 iPhones featuring triple cameras, it appears to be true and soon-to-be close to reality as the most reliable Apple source, which is the Japanese blog Macotakara has confirmed by showcasing the mockup models of the upcoming models presumably the iPhone 11. The mockup models earlier have been leaked showcasing the triple cameras in a square enclosure on the rear.
The report from Macotakara has shed this new information through Chinese accessories supplier information. The mockup shared on the blog post reveals the square enclosure of the triple cameras along the LED flash on the back of both the iPhone models – the 5.8-inch one and the 6.5-inch larger variant as well. The triple camera setup showcased on the rear of these mockups reasonably resembles the Huawei Mate 20 Pro’s triple cameras set up on the back.
It is believed that these new iPhones will also be featuring the new A13 bionic chip but in the same size to what we have seen on the iPhone XS and XS Max models. Additionally, the triple camera specifications are said to be added to the current dual camera specs as well. Earlier reports had also stated that the triple rear cameras set up on the upcoming iPhones would mostly be confined to the larger 6.5-inch variant, but the new blog post suggests instead. The report says these triple cameras might be featured for iPhones with larger storage capacities regardless of the iPhone models.
This seems to be the similar approach by Apple back in 2017; the iPhone 7 released that year had featured a Jet Black color variant, which was confined to 128GB or larger storage capacity. And lastly, the report confirms the original accessory for the upcoming iPhone 11 is already in the manufacturing process, which apparently features a square hole size for triple cameras on the back. Apart from these triple cameras, the upcoming iPhones are also said to be featuring reverse wireless charging technologies, which is also a feature introduced in Huawei Mate 20 Pro. So, what do you think of these new cameras on the future iPhones? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.