With some four months to go until Apple unveils the 2019 iPhone series, we're getting more and more leaks teasing specific design changes for this year's iPhone generation. With the new iPhone, Apple will debut a triple-camera configuration on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max and they will incorporate it into a square camera bump on the rear.
Regarding the naming scheme of the device, Pricebaba notes that while there's no official confirmation available, the 2019 iPhone 11R could be called the iPhone XE and now they introduce official renders of the handsets alongside a 360-degree video of the same. As we have seen with previous renders of flagship 2019 iPhones, these renders reveal a similar square bump around the XR successor's imaging components.
As you can see the design of the iPhone XR 2 largely remains the same as last year's model except for one huge differentiator. And now, a new leak seemingly shows us Apple's final iPhone 11R design for the first time. The iPhone XR successor came with a single 12 MP camera, whereas, the iPhone XR successor will feature a dual camera setup. There were some rumors about the presence of a triple-lens camera on the iPhone XR 2019. The iPhone XR features an Apple A12 Bionic chip like the iPhone XS.
The power button will be on the right side along with the ejectable SIM tray, while the volume and silent buttons will be located on the left side of the phone. The lightning port is placed at the bottom between the mic and speaker grille. OnLeaks suggests that the iPhone XR 2019 would measure 150.9 x 76 x 8.3mm in dimensions.
The actual sensor details of each camera aren't known yet but it is highly likely that Apple will include two cameras that are similar to its more expensive iPhone XI. The one significant difference between the iPhone XR successor and the iPhone XR is the primary camera. You can expect Apple to pack their best mobile processor and the same main camera experience as its more expensive flagship.