As sure as we are that Apple will launch new iPhone models every September, we are also confident that a vocal minority of people will find something stupid to complain about when the new iPhone is released. And, thanks to all the leaks and rumors we have every year, we don't even have to wait for the new iPhone to hit the store shelves to see what people's complaints will focus on each year. We already know all there is to know about the upcoming iPhone 11 series, which will look quite like Apple's iPhone XS design from last year and its previous year's iPhone X design. That's right, just as it did with the iPhone 6 design that stuck for three consecutive years, Apple plans to re-use the same design for three consecutive years.
With the iPhone 7, Apple decided to make a few minor design changes in an effort to refresh things a little. After all, people had been accustomed to seeing the same iPhone design two years in a row, and then another new design every two years. The iPhone 7 introduced two new color schemes, matte black and "Jet Black", and it also introduced a dual-lens camera that enabled Portrait Mode images and 2x optical zoom. Fast forward to 201
The picture at the top of this post is not There is not an actual picture of the iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Max. That said, it was created using forms stolen from the Foxconn factory where the iPhone 11 series phones will be assembled. As such, it does as it is thought to be very accurate representations of what Apple's upcoming new flagship iPhone models will look like. The final on the back will look a little different since the glass will be frosted, as reported by TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, but the rest is probably spot-on.
Of course, the eye's eyes are directly drawn to the massive camera bump in the top corner of the back of the iPhone 11. Since it has much more space than anything we've seen before on an iPhone, people have taken to Reddit and Twitter to complain how ugly it is. As was the case with the first dual-lens camera on an iPhone … and the iPhone X … and the antenna lines on the iPhone 6 … … nobody will care about the new, bigger camera shock when the iPhone 11 has been out for a month or so. However, the internet was built to cluster, and that's exactly what people should do.
If you really hate the new camera on Apple's upcoming iPhone 11 series, you've probably wondered how the phone will look without it. There is simply not enough room inside the iPhone 11 to unpack any camera components without shock, so Apple had to make the phone uncomfortably thick to pull it off. Of course, the Physics Act does not apply to renderings, so graphic designer Jonas Daehnert recently created iPhone 11 with a triple lens camera system that sits flush with the rest of the back.
Here is a closer look:
Here's another rendition of the shock-free iPhone 11, this time in silver with little curves around each lens:
And again, a closer look:
We are not fans of the chrome rings, but the flush camera lenses on the Space Gray iPhone 11 renders will definitely look slim in reality. Of course, there is still no way to fit all the components of the iPhone in real life without making it much thicker, so we won't see such a design soon.