Apple iPhone XI with Triple rear camera First Look

Apple launched iPhone XR, iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max in 2018 Now 2019 Apple iPhone XL render has been leaked which shows Triple Rear Camera.

Apple iPhone XI with Triple rear camera First Look


The leaked renders reveal a square camera unit housing three cameras  The render reveals there will be a third camera placed between the two, on the side, an LED flash and a microphone on the bottom, which looks similar to Huawei Mate 20 Pro

According to OnLeaks  2019 iPhones are still in Engineering Validation Test (EVT) stage, and there could be changes in the details when the phones will eventually launch in September 2019. Apple plans to launch three iPhones in September 2019 -- One low-end variant, possibly the successor to the iPhone XR and two high-end variants, succeeding the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max.

 Apple will adopt long-distance 3D ToF technology on the 2019 iPhones. With a non-aligned camera module on the back, Apple could adopt the technology for the rear camera, similar to the Oppo R17 Pro. ToF or Time of Flight technology relies on how much time light takes to bounce off an object to create a 3D map.


“Cameras revolutionized phones, and based on what I’ve seen, I have the same expectation for 3D [cameras],” Satoshi Yoshihara, Head of Sony’s sensor division told Bloomberg. Sony plans to ramp up the production of rear and front-facing 3D ToF sensors to meet the iPhone demand. The production is expected to kick-start late summer.

The third camera can be used to focus faster on the object, and to create 3D models. It can track objects even in dark almost instantaneously by throwing laser pulses at the object and measuring the time taken by the laser to bounce back to the sensor. The sensors can have an even bigger impact in AR and VR. Sony claims the ToF sensor can be used to map rooms in real-time. In a demonstration, the report claimed Sony showed the camera can be used to track user’s hands in a game, like casting a spell.

2019 Apple iPhone will be launched in September


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