2019 iPhone case molds leak again, show double and triple camera setups

The iPhone XR is the first handset since the iPhone 5C to be launched in a wide range of colour options

The iPhone XR is the first handset since the iPhone 5C to be launched in a wide range of colour options

Kantar global director Dominic Sunnebo continues: "iPhone XR was a strong performer for Apple. claiming the title of the best-selling model in Great Britain".

Apple played with colors in last year's iPhone XR and made it available in six colors: black, white, blue, yellow, red and coral.

The colors represented by plastic casings in Gurman's tweet are lavender, green, yellow and white. iPhone XR fans will recognize those last two as holdovers from the 2018 iPhone XR's rainbow of colors.

Mac Otakara also claims to have knowledge of the silicone cases that Apple will sell for its next-gen iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max devices.

Last week's reports had indicated similar new colour variants for the iPhone XR.

These new colors will serve to add variety to this year's premium iPhones. The latest leak regarding Apple's iPhone 11 points to a few exciting features that will come loaded in the handset.

According to leaked 2019 iPhone XR renders, the new smartphone is going to feature two rear-mounted cameras at the back. Fitted in the camera module is said to be an ultra-wide angle lens that will make up the triple camera configuration, while the iPhone 11R will now come with a dual camera setup as opposed to the single rear camera that's found on the current iPhone XR.

Apple is set to release the follow-up to the iPhone XR in green (apple?) and lavender colour schemes.

Whether these details prove true remain to be seen.

Meanwhile, more case renders have surfaced over on SlashLeaks that give us an idea of what the upcoming device's camera might look like while decked out in a third party housing (it still ain't pretty, as it turns out). Pictured: General view of customers at the Apple Covent Garden re-opening and iPhone XR launch at Apple store, Covent Garden on October 26, 2018 in London, England.

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