According to previously leaked photos, it has been suggested that this year’s iPhones might come with a new camera bump design shaped like a square. So far no one has really disputed those images, and if you’re looking for more potential evidence of that being true, then these CAD images might be worth checking out.


In an image shared on Slashleaks, it shows what appears to be Apple’s iPhone 11 design complete with the square camera module on its back. This lines up with what we had seen previously, although we’re not necessarily sure if you would call this “accurate” or “real”. This is because CAD designs can be easily drawn up by anyone with the software, so it doesn’t necessarily mean it is the real deal.

However, so far many of the leaks and rumors are pointing towards such a design where Apple is expected to adopt a triple camera design. Apple’s iPhones right now are maxed out at dual cameras, but with the competition starting to offer up triple cameras, it’s not surprising to see Apple adopt a similar design for the iPhone 11 as well.

Google themselves had recently published a render that confirmed the design of the Pixel 4, which also adopts a similar design. However, in Google’s case, the company seems to be going with a dual camera setup instead of a triple one.

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