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The renders reveal a triple-camera setup arranged in a triangle shape (we've seen weird setups arranged in L-shapes too). The placement of the three cameras is also something to look out for.

Since Apple takes symmetrical design very seriously, it is hard to believe that the actual triple camera array will look as ugly as this. The arrangement of the cameras and the LED flash is a bit odd thanks to the microphone which has also been squeezed into the setup.

OnLeaks has shared a render that gives us our very first look at Apple's next smartphone - the iPhone XI 2019.

Apple is reportedly getting in on the camera count war by increasing the number of rear cameras to three and significantly expanding the size of the module.

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OnLeaks claims that the 2019 iPhones are still in the engineering validation testing (EVT) stage, and there could be changes to the design since the phones will not be released until September 2019.

Similar like past year, Apple is expected to release three iPhone models which include a cheaper variant to succeed the iPhone XR. Two of them are vertically aligned while the third one is placed on the right under the LED flash. While the design itself is not final, the renders reveal that the rear panel will be made of glass, and that the Apple logo remains positioned in the top centre. However, it is likely that this is one of the most powerful models. "However, given the drastic change in the camera setup, this, most probably, is our closest look at the top of the line 2019 iPhone". It would have been fine until there, but Apple seems to have chose to put an LED flash on top of the third camera and a microphone below it.

We heard first of a TOF lens in Oppo R17 Pro a year ago, but the technology seemed ahead of its time.

The ToF or Time of Flight technology is based on the time it takes for light to bounce off an object to create a 3D map. It will be called iPhone XI (iPhone 11).