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WSJ: High-end ‘iPhone 11’ will feature triple rear camera, XR successor gets dual lenses

[2019-01-11 09:42:06]

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple’s flagship 2019 lineup will feature three models, including 2 OLED and 1 LCD variant. The high-end ‘iPhone 11’ (iPhone 11 Max?) will feature a triple rear camera system and the LCD model, the successor to the iPhone XR, will go from a single to a dual-camera system. The triple camera system is visualised in this render from last weekend, which is meant to be based on iPhone 11 prototypes. The post WSJ: High-end ‘iPhone 11’ will feature triple rear camera, XR successor gets dual lenses appeared first on 9to5Mac.

WSJ: High-end ‘iPhone 11’ will feature triple rear camera, XR successor gets dual lenses


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