We’re less than a week away from Apple’s highly-anticipated ‘By innovation only’ event at Apple Park which is expected to see the company unveil its next generation iPhone 11 line, and ahead of the launch Latvian visualization expert Ben Geskin has published his final iPhone 11 Pro renders, showing the rumored new triple-lens camera system, frosted glass casing, and repositioned Apple logo expected to debut with the device.
Throughout the year, Geskin has offered continuous renders based on leaks, reports from supply chain sources, and rumors. Now, as we reach the month of Apple’s event and that the design of Apple’s next flagship iPhone is all but confirmed, we’re left with a pretty clear image of what to expect from the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max predecessors, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
As shown by Geskin, the new handsets will feature an all-new triple-lens camera system, packed within a square camera housing alongside an LED flash and a small microphone cut-out. – Originally, it was believed all three color variations of the iPhone 11 (Silver, Space Gray & Gold) would have a black camera housing however, more recent concepts based on supply-chain information suggests each model will have a color-coordinated “bump”, as shown below.
Additionally, Apple is now expected to remove the word “iPhone” from the rear of the device this year, with the company lowering the Apple logo to the center of the handset to act as a marker for users to place their wireless charging AirPods case to take advantage of the bilateral charging feature which will allegedly turn a portion of the iPhone into a wireless charging mat, allowing users to transfer power from an iPhone to another Qi-enabled device or accessory.
Finally, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are both expected to have a frosted glass casing. Apple is expected to continue to offer the models in the colors found on the current-generation iPhone XS: Gold, Space Gray & Silver however, the devices will have a matte look to them.