A new iPhone 11 leak showing an unattractive prototype design for future iPhone series has recently appeared online, and it’s hard to believe that this will be Apple’s preferred choice for its upcoming phones.
Surprising design of iPhone 11 appears online
The new leaked image with the controversial design of iPhone 11 (or iPhone XI) comes from reliable Japanese website Macotakara. It seems that this design has been already confirmed by some contacts from Apple’s Chinese supply chain. As we can easily see in the picture, if the leak proves to be true, the rumored iPhone XI will come with a triple camera array that is enclosed in a large square on the device’s back.
We are definitely not excited about this news, as probably most of us can agree that this is the worst iPhone 11 design from all the leaks that we’ve seen. That is not the first time when we see the design, however, as well-known @OnLeaks initially leaked it in January. Everyone agreed back then that this design looks too bad to be used by Apple. The same opinion still stands, so the recent leak comes as a surprise.
An unexpected decision from Apple regarding iPhone 11
When this design appeared online back in January, OnLeaks also leaked a second iPhone prototype that was instead received very well by fans. Now, the fact that Macotakara’s sources say that the tech giant has chosen the worst option for its next iPhone is quite shocking.
Macotakara also pointed out that Apple has changed the design a little bit, making the three rear cameras symmetrical.
Even so, we still cannot believe that the company would choose such an ugly design, which isn’t even original. Huawei has already used such square triple camera setup in the Mate 20 Pro. In that phone, though, the whole camera housing has a central position, which is still better than the iPhone XI prototype design.
Hunter Texidor was born and raised in Toronto. He has written for Billboard, The Prague Post and Passport Magazine. In regards to academics, Sage earn his BBA from Mcmaster in Hamilton. Hunter covers business and economy stories here at Billionaire 365.