New iPhone 11 leaks point to a radically different square-shaped rear camera inside of a familiar-looking design, and an expected release date falling in September 2019.
Aside from the camera bump, Apple isn’t expected to offer a massive design update with the iPhone 11. Instead, this iOS 13-toting phone is shaping up to be another incremental update, just like last year’s iPhone XS was over iPhone X.
Olixar, the third party accessory maker that is famous for making cases for unreleased phones, is back with a new set of protective cases. This time around, they’re for Apple’s upcoming new iPhone 11 Max, the phablet-sized iPhone 11 model Apple will release later this summer.
The renders show Apple’s gold iPhone 11 Max from every conceivable angle, and we can see all of the subtle design changes like the new round mute switch.
Olixar even made a tempered glass protector for the camera. It fits right over the camera hump and features four holes – three for the cameras and one for the flash. A tempered glass protector for the screen shows the front notch design hasn’t changed. Note that the screen protector should represent the notch more accurately than the first render above.
Apple’s new iPhone 11 series is expected to be announced sometime in early September with a release date to follow in mid to late September.