New iPhone 11 leak shows an exciting and radical new design
Remember a few years ago when Tim Cook promised Apple would double down on product secrecy? Well, as much as Apple tries, the company simply can’t keep details about upcoming products under wraps. Just a few days after renders of an iPhone 11 with a triple-lens camera surfaced online, noted leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer is back with yet another bombshell leak. This time around, Hemmerstoffer partnered with CompareRaja to publish brand new renders of an iPhone 11 prototype Apple may be considering for release later this year.
还记得几年前蒂姆•库克承诺苹果将加大产品保密力度吗?不管苹果公司怎么努力，根本无法保证即将推出产品的细节能够保密。就在带有三摄相机的iPhone 11在网上曝光几天后，著名泄密者史蒂夫·海默斯特弗(Steve Hemmerstoffer)又爆出了一起爆炸性新闻。这一次，Hemmerstoffer与CompareRaja合作，发布了一款iPhone 11原型机的全新渲染图。苹果可能会考虑在今年晚些时候发布iPhone 11。
Now the good news is that the renders below are far more aesthetically pleasing than the aforementioned triple-lens device that emerged last week. The renders below feature a triple-camera lens oriented horizontally and, interestingly enough, a flash that surrounds the camera module itself. What’s more, the new renders suggest that the notch on the iPhone 11 may shrink ever so slightly.
Per usual, the leaked photos should be taken with a grain of salt. Hemmerstoffer notes that both prototypes are still in the Engineering Validation Test (EVT) phase, which is to say that Apple is still ironing out the specific features and design that will ultimately ship on its next-gen iPhone lineup. This of course isn’t much of a surprise given that Apple routinely explores various prototypes before deciding on a winning design.
Of course, it goes without saying that Apple’s triple-lens iPhone will likely be the company’s flagship model, essentially the successor to the current iPhone XS Max. Meanwhile, there are rumblings that the follow-up to the iPhone XR will feature a dual-lens camera scheme.
三摄iPhone很可能会成为该公司的旗舰机型，基本上是目前的iPhone XS Max的换代产品。与此同时，有传言称，iPhone XR的后续产品将采用双摄方案。
As for other iPhone 11 tidbits that have surfaced over the past few weeks, there have been rumors that Apple’s next-gen iPhone will include support for faster Wi-Fi, improved Face ID performance and reliability, and USB-C support. There was even a Reuters report claiming that Apple may introduce a 5G-capable iPhone this year, though that seems like a long-shot.
译文来源：三泰虎 http://www.santaihu.com/46880.html 译者：Jessica.Wu
Gee8 hours ago
The most advanced iPhone Apple have ever created - says Tim Cook and company every year they release an iPhone with very little update.
join needtoimpeach.com8 hours ago
Radical translates to 0.001 mm thiner and a $200 price increase while minimal improvement in speed and as always insufficient memory to force you to upgrade sooner when it runs out or to pay even more for the version with reasonable memory.
Chesapeake7 hours ago
Is it water proof? Unbreakable? replaceable battery? NO? Then it's not radical.
Sticks and Stones8 hours ago
Also comes with the latest technology, used by Samsung 4 years ago
Beach8 hours ago
...in the end it will have better camera & a faster chip....liker every other smartphone....but the iPhone11 will cost $1299 , the bigger iPhone11s will cost $1499....then Apple's stock(& everyones 401k plans) will go down another 10%
Notrozer!8 hours ago
so it looks like an iPhone x?? that's radical and new?
Kayoss8 hours ago
Joe8 hours ago
so back camera in different position. Radical!
Christopher B8 hours ago
nothing is accidentally leaked. this is all well thought out and calculated marketing by apple to bring about attention and awareness of something shinier and newer.
Jordan8 hours ago
No thanks. Sticking with my 6s.
Cody6 hours ago
If this is what Apple considers radical, then they may as well close up shop now.
John8 hours ago
Another phone being crammed down my throat. Enough with the updates. They are all the same. Save your money. Nothing new or radical here.
Satchmo8 hours ago
WOW. That really is "radical". About as "radical" as the 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Dude8 hours ago
huh? What is so Radical about this design?
K3 hours ago
A radical change would be a reduction in price, preferably half of what it costs now.
Bart7 hours ago
Yea, I’m good with my iPhone 6. I’ll use this thing til it’s obsolete in 3 or 4 years. Then I’ll probably get a used 8 for under $200.
我的iPhone 6挺好的。三四年后过时了再换，到时候可能花不到200美元就能买到iPhone 8。
Ron8 hours ago
Is it just me but I don't see the radical and exciting design it looks the same as the other ones what am I missing?
- Boyd7 hours ago
NO way will I spend over $1000 for a cell phone. Better pictures just doesn’t justify the prices.
Sherwin8 hours ago
Soooo...it now looks more like a Samsung? Awesome! There was a time that Apple execs said they would NEVER make an iPhone with a big screen either but apparently, they were forced to compete.
John7 hours ago
My "flip-phone" still works fine, thanks.
Mike8 hours ago
Considering that iPhone sales are down, they should take a year off and comeback super strong in 2020 with something truly awesome.
R8 hours ago
Looks the same to me.
Curious833 hours ago
Sorry not buying it!!!
Steve C8 hours ago
Still keeping my iPhone 8 until breaks.
Irene5 hours ago
‘Leak’ is that what they call marketing these days?
Mark3 hours ago
Radical will be how much the price hike is this time. Nearing 1500?
TomM604 hours ago
The biggest update for the next iphone...$2000 price tag.
JBYinzer7 hours ago
They better come up with something- Tim Cook is running Apple into the ground. Stock is down 36% from its high, nothing since Jobs died with the exception of a watch. I’ve seen no reason to upgrade since the 6 plus, that was 4 years ago!
John8 hours ago
So what's the difference? They moved the camera to the center instead of the corner?
Lord Michael Johnston8 hours ago
Radically new design exactly as the iPhone 6.
tangible6 hours ago
This article brought to you by the PR department of Apple Inc
David7 hours ago
Intentional Leak as their stock price has been in free fall because they don't have any fresh products...or new revolutionary ideas.
Gunny7 hours ago
Im sorry... I cant stop laughing... this is going to save apple's future?