Next-gen iPhone will have a triple camera while XR successor will get a dual-camera setup

iPhone 11 and iPhone XR successor

The next-gen of iPhones is still months away but the rumors are already piling up on the iPhone 11. A while ago we reported about the potential triple camera module on the iPhone 11 and now there are fresh reports about the phone.

According to The Wall Street Journal sources, the high-end iPhones i.e, iPhone 11 will have 3 cameras at the back while the XR successor will get dual sensors. The report also suggested that Apple will go with the IPS LCD display for the XR and the probability of XR series getting an OLED display is due by 2020.

The report doesn’t elaborate, however, as to if both the regular and the bigger models of iPhone 11 will have a triple camera module or this setup will be reversed for the iPhone 11 Max.

It has been rumored that Apple will utilize the third sensor as an ultra-wide lens, which would make sense since all of its competitors like Huawei and Samsung are adopting this module for their flagships.

According to the leaks, the triple-camera setup will be housed in a square unit which will be aligned at the side of the back panel. The cameras appear in a non-uniform manner unlike Huawei’s setup in the Mate 20 Pro.

There are various reports that also suggest that the next iPhone will sport a smaller notch and the company is looking forward to removing the notch altogether in the near future.

Apple will launch 3 models of the iPhone in September 2019-iPhone XS and XS Max successor and one lower-end model that would succeed iPhone XR.

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