There is not much time left until the next generation of iPhones will be unveiled. In just a couple of months we will be able to see what Apple has prepared for us. Recently graphic designer Hasan Kaymack shared his iPhone 11 and iPhone Max renders.
The renders look amazing and they are based on all the rumours we heard so far about the iPhone 11 series. In fact, we expect the next iPhones to look almost identical. Kaymack didn’t use the iPad-like switch and he chose the classic mute switch instead. Another difference would be the fact that the phones are expected to come with a triple lens camera array that matches the color on the back of the phone instead of being black, the way the renders suggest.
The color-matched camera is included in a video posted by the YouTube channel Concepts iPhone where Kaymak shared the corrected versions. The video also includes one red version of the next-gen iPhones, although we do not know yet if that will become a reality. For those who are curious, you can see the renders here.
The next iPhones aren’t expected to revolutionize the design. In fact, there will be no huge changes. However, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. We have to remind you once again about the iPhone 7 generation, When the phones were released, many analysts believed that users won’t purchase smartphones that don’t bring something revolutionary.
However, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus managed to surprise everyone. The quarter following their release prove to be the best quarter in the history of iPhones. The number of sales hasn’t been dethroned even nowadays. This proved that Apple fans continue to buy their products even if there are no major design changes.
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