Every image of the iPhone 11 you've seen so far is wrong - here's why

We're exactly two weeks away from the big Apple press conference in September, where we'll unveil the next-generation iPhone lineup. According to rumors, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max - for better or for worse - the new iPhones coming from Apple were initially considered as somewhat modest updates . But the net of leaks that has been pouring over the internet for months has become a rushing river in recent weeks and a number of exciting new features have been revealed. The Apple Series A Apple Series 11 Series A Series processors are bursting with power. Once again, they will feature state-of-the-art technology and a host of new features such as enhanced photography modes, reverse wireless charging, and more. In fact, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max could finally put Apple first in terms of quality of the camera after companies like Huawei and Google have exceeded a few years ago.

In terms of design, the new iPhone 11 models should look exactly like their predecessors. At the back, however, it is thought that many important changes will occur. The most obvious changes are of course cameras, which will now consist of a dual-lens bay on iPhone 11 and a triple-lens bay for iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. All three models will have big square "camera bosses", and we've seen them imagined in renderings and physical models of the iPhone 11 over and over. But as many times as we've seen the new leakage of Apple's iPhone design this year, like every year, something is different this time around: every photo and video we've seen so far and who illustrate the so-called Apple iPhone 11 and the designs of the iPhone 11 Pro were incorrect.

Discover these models:

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Or this convenient video with dummy units for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro :

First of all, it is obvious that something is wrong because these models of the iPhone 11 all have a different appearance. The images in the first image and video have black areas between the lenses of their rear cameras, as well as traditional silent flip-flops like those of the previous iPhone. At the same time, the second image shows a photo of the camera with matching colors on the back of the phone, as well as a mute flip that looks like Apple's iPad Pro tablet.

As we have discussed several times in the past, the picture presented in this first image and in the video is wrong. The iPhones from the previous generation of Apple have all had black lenses around their rear lenses and switches mute. This year, Apple is changing things - many independent reports from well-informed insiders said the new Apple iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro phones would have color-matched cameras and rounded mute buttons.

But this second image above This is not what the iPhone 11 will look like.

All physical renderings and draws for the iPhone 11 we've seen so far are based on the sold iPhone 11 design files that were stolen from the Foxconn factory some time ago. The problem is that these files are just a model that transmits information such as dimensions and curvature. Unfortunately, the details are totally omitted, so the graphic designers who make the iPhones and accessory makers that produce the physical models that gave the iPhone 11 series the exact look of the iPhone XS and the iPhone X. The problem, however, is not what the iPhone 11.

From 2018, leaks have suggested that Apple is considering some major changes in the design of the iPhone 11 series. It all started with a report by Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF International Securities, the world's most accurate insider. He said the next-generation Apple iPhone 11 line would include screens and new cameras similar to those we see in all these renderings, but he also said the phones would have a new frosted glass on the back of the glass clear Apple. uses on its iPhones.

Then we have a series of reports claiming that the camera on the back of the iPhone 11 will present a huge change. Instead of having a metal frame pierced through the glass on the back of this year's iPhones, Apple's iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro handsets will feature a back molded into a single piece of glass. The window will curl to create the relief of the camera, so that there is no seam. It's an elegant solution that reminds us once again how Apple is better in design than Android rivals .

Finally, the iPhone 11 reproduces something of make-up in each of the images and the video shares above all with the previous models iPhone: the logo of the iPhone at the back. He has appeared on the back of each of Apple's iPhone models since the launch of the very first iPhone in 2007. This year, however, several reports suggest that it will disappear. All that will remain behind the phones will be the Apple logo, which would have a new shimmering effect. This change is probably related to the new frosted glass backgrounds of the 11 series iPhone, or "matte lenses," as they are also nicknamed.

So with all this in mind, we can safely say that everything we've seen so far is wrong. And with just two weeks before the big Apple iPhone event, the company might well surprise us a bit when we finally see the finished design of the iPhone 11 unveiled on stage.

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