This morning, the first alleged leaked CAD renders of this year's iPhones appeared on Slashleaks. CAD images like these are usually said to be official designs leaked from production factories and are often used by case makers to start designing their cases for the new devices. These renders do line up with rumors of these device, likely launching in September. Do you know what else is likely?
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The 5.8 and 6.5-inch "iPhone XS and XS Max" are expected to have a triple-lens camera setup, while the less-expensive LCD iPhone will see a dual-lens camera. All three is expected to have the square camera bump. The additional camera on the upcoming iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max is rumored to be an ultra-wide-angle lends allowing a broader range of zoom.
The renders show what appears to be a Lightning port instead of USB-C like the 2018 iPad Pro models. Some changes could include larger batteries, the ability to wirelessly charge other devices, as well as new technology for indoor positioning and navigation. While we do not know what these devices may be called, we also cannot verify the authenticity of these leaked renders. Take this with a grain of salt and let us know what you think in the comments below!
Gregory Manley - Is the owner and main writer of iTech News. He enjoys writing and learning about technology, specifically Apple products.
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