Apple’s square camera set to the iPhone 11 lineup seems to have been confirmed

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Last month we saw for the first time what the upcoming iPhone rear camera might look like. This is a square camera setup with three cameras arranged in a seemingly random way.

Case and accessory manufacturer Olixar has equipped the iPhone 11’s rear camera with glass protection, which is divided into three versions, each corresponding to the three versions we expect from Apple this year. In addition, the same accessory manufacturer has an iPhone 11 Max screen protector that can also be ordered from Mobile Fun UK.

The British retailer produced a video about the camera protector, which explained that the Olixar protector “is already in mass production and available for sale, so the company is clearly convinced that the layout is correct” and there are three camera protectors. The iPhone 11 and 11 Max seem to have the same camera cluster, while the iPhone 11R has only one camera.

Initial rumors about the iPhone 11 camera setup indicate that Apple will add a 120-degree wide-angle camera for the first time. The same report claims that telephoto and standard cameras will continue to be optically stable, but there is no OIS plan on UWB. At the same time, the iPhone 11R will be equipped with telephoto and standard cameras, but the ultra-wide lens is omitted.

Apple will also use a brighter four-LED flash on the back and a thinner camera than before. Smart HDR is also expected to undergo major updates to catch up with competitors.

Olixar has a good track record of leaking the future of the phone case, but we still have some confusion about the screen protector. The rendering phone behind it looks exactly the same as the current iPhone XS Max, but the speaker grille seems to be twice as thick. There are rumors that this year’s facial recognition system will be greatly improved, and the new sensor will be able to verify you from all angles and closer to the screen.

Phones are usually set to launch in September, so with three months before the phone’s announcement.

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