As if to further solidify the expected new iPhone features and design, graphic artist Hasan Kaymak has filled in the blanks based on rumors, CAD drawings, and analyst expectations, and fleshed out the above molds in full-res 3D renders that are as pretty as they are informative of how the 2019 iPhones may look like.
According to analyst Kantar, the iPhone XR was the best-selling smartphone in the United Kingdom during the first three months of 2019, though Android is more popular by far across Europe - accouting for nearly 80 percent of phones.
In January, tech leaker OnLeaks published a series of what were purportedly 5K renders of the upcoming tentatively named iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max, showing devices with a odd, square camera bump. The report claims that the third camera lens in the upcoming iPhones could be the ultra-wide lenses.
When it comes to the 2019 iPhone models, there's no shortage of leaks. With Apple adding it, the brand hopes for mass adoption of this feature and it could be used to wirelessly charge the recently released Apple AirPods 2. The new iPhones will come equipped with Apple's A13 processor and reports claim that it has already begun test production while mass production will commence this month. Recent renders show 2019's iPhone XR successor with a square camera housing despite the fact that it only has two cameras, while the iPhone XS and XS Max successors have been leaked and rendered with the same square camera bulge a handful of times.
The glass camera housing will be square, according to the moldings. Apple is also reportedly making the handset thicker which would most likely be to fit a larger capacity battery. The final naming scheme of the devices is not yet finalised.