For months, reports have indicated that the fall iPhone models will have three camera lenses in a single large hump, a design that is drawn critically. An artist created a concept design of what the device would look like without a hump.
Apple Start Using Cameras Thicker than their phones back in the iPhone 6. If you add new shooting mechanisms, the cameras become thicker, even as the body of the device became somewhat slimmer.
In fact, making an iPhone 11 without a camera shock would require significant downgrade of shooting features. Most obviously, there would be no room for optical image stabilization, which requires the lens to "float" a little.
In addition, the rear-facing cameras of the latest iOS devices have 12MP lenses that are thicker than lower resolutions. The latest iPhone camera that does not require a shock was 8 MP.
Implementing a third lens is expected to make the iPhone 11's hump much larger than any of its predecessors. This unit could offer the same telephoto and wide-angle lenses as last year's iPhone XS series, but with an even wider angle lens added.