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TechnologyHands-on video shows Apple’s leaked iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 designs in real life

16:41  23 august  2019
16:41  23 august  2019 Source:   bgr.com

New hands-on video gets up close and personal with Apple’s leaked iPhone 11 designs

New hands-on video gets up close and personal with Apple’s leaked iPhone 11 designs If recent rumors turn out to be correct and Apple really is revamping its iPhone naming scheme in 2019, the new names Apple chose are questionable at best. At the same time, this will finally be the proper system for its iPhone names. The "iPhone 11" will be the update to Apple's current iPhone XR, according to the reports, and that actually makes a lot of sense. The iPhone XR is the most affordable iPhone model, and it's the main phone that the

Reading about Apple ’ s iPhone 11 lineup is one thing though, and seeing it is another. That’s why Apple fans everywhere should definitely check out a Now, the iPhones shown in the video below and the screen capture above aren’t actually iPhones . Instead, they’re physical mockups based on

With Apple ' s new iPhone 11 launch date likely landing in September, we're already starting to get a strong idea of what the phone will bring and how it What will the new iPhone look like? Pretty simple really : from the front, quite similar (according to the leaks we've seen). The biggest change will be on

Today is Friday, August 23rd, which means that we’re now just two and a half weeks away from seeing the official unveiling of Apple’s next-generation iPhone 11 lineup, and exactly three weeks away from being able to preorder it online. The launch date that BGR had suggested weeks earlier was recently confirmed by a leak in Apple’s iOS 13 beta software, so we now know conclusively that the company’s big iPhone event will be held on Tuesday, September 10th this year. Using Apple’s release schedule each and every year as a guide, we can then conclude that the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max will go up for preorder on Friday, September 13th, ahead of their release a week later on Friday, September 20th. In other words, we’re now just four weeks away from seeing Apple’s hotly-anticipated iPhone 11 phones hit store shelves.

What if this was the iPhone 11?

What if this was the iPhone 11? Apple will undoubtedly still have a few surprises left in store when it unveils its new iPhone 11 lineup next month, but most of what is discussed on stage that day will be old news. In fact, we already know exactly when Apple will reveal the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro handsets (September 10th), when they'll go up for preorder (September 13th), and when they'll be released online and in stores (September 20th). The two flagship models, which are rumored to be called the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max (ugh) will look almost exactly like their predecessors, but they’ll feature a new triple-lens rear camera like the one shown in the render above.

The iPhone 11 for 2019 should bring significant design changes along with a major camera upgrade. We've also heard that Apple could forge a new product line with the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, which could include Apple Pencil support.

The video in question shows Apple ’ s final iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max designs side by side, and it shows what they’ll look like in real life as opposed to just pictures. It appears as though Apple ’ s 2019 iPhone lineup is going to follow the same pattern as far as design and features are concerned.

Hands-on video shows Apple’s leaked iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 designs in real life© Provided by Penske Media Corporation iPhone-11-Techy-Paradise-3

There is a slew of exciting new flagship phones slated for release in the second half of 2019. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ are actually being released on this very day, and Huawei’s powerhouse Mate 30 shouldn’t be far behind. The OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro are on their way as well, plus we have two foldable smartphones set to launch by the end of the year: Samsung’s Galaxy Fold in September, and the Huawei Mate X in November. Sandwiched in between those two foldables, Google is set to release its completely overhauled Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL flagship phones.

It’s quite a time indeed to be a gadget fan, and all of those phones are expected to be terrific. But it’s the iPhone 11 series that’s at the forefront of most people’s minds right now. After all, Apple’s iPhone 11 lineup will sell more units in one month than any of those Android phones will likely sell during their entire lifespans. We’ve seen plenty of leaks so far and read about what to expect from the iPhone 11 lineup, but reading about it is one thing and seeing the new iPhone 11 design in action is another thing entirely.

Behold: This is the first leaked image that shows us what Apple’s iPhone 11 really looks like

Behold: This is the first leaked image that shows us what Apple’s iPhone 11 really looks like We're now exactly two weeks away from the official announcement of Apple's next-generation iPhone 11 lineup. While the company hasn't yet sent out any invitations to its upcoming iPhone event, the exact date of the press conference has already been revealed by Apple itself. As it did last year, Apple accidentally spilled the beans earlier this month when it mentioned the launch date in a beta version of its iOS 13 software. According to that leak, Apple plans to announce the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max on Tuesday, September 10th.

New video shows Apple ' s iPhone 11 design Just two months separate us from the next iPhone launch, but we already New video shows Apple ’ s iPhone 11 design . As before, these may look like real iPhones , but they’re not functional devices. They’re based on the designs that accessory

Following Kuo’s reports, Apple ’ s final iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max design was revealed in a series of leaks . That design has now been reimagined Kaymak went a bit overboard with the reflections in his renders, but you can still get a very good idea of what the iPhone 11 will look like in real life once

We’ve heard time and time again that Apple’s new iPhone 11 series will look a whole lot like its current iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, but with a few key changes. We’ve also seen countless renders of the new phones. Renders are great and all, but seeing Apple’s leaked iPhone 11 design come to life is far better.

As is the case each and every year, the schematics for Apple’s iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max were stolen from the Foxconn factory where the phones will be manufactured months ahead of their debut. Third-party accessory makers use this stolen design files to build protective cases for the new phones so that they’ll be ready to sell by the time Apple’s new smartphone lineup is released. Companies also use those design files to make physical mockups of the new iPhone models, and YouTube channel ConceptsiPhone got its hands on two such mockups.

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro in the video embedded below are among the best mockups we’ve seen so far, though they do make the same mistakes we’ve seen time and time again. First, the mute switch is wrong — these dummies use the old switch from Apple’s earlier iPhones, but the iPhone 11 series will have a round toggle like the iPad Pro. Second and far more importantly, the area around the iPhone 11’s dual-lens camera and the iPhone 11 Pro’s triple-lens camera will be color-matched to the rest of the back. On these mockups, it’s black like it is on old iPhone models.

Dramatic iPhone 11 design changes appear once again in new case leak

Dramatic iPhone 11 design changes appear once again in new case leak With August coming to a close, Apple should begin sending out invites for its September media event any day now. Just like last year, the leaks surrounding the next generation of iPhone models have begun to pick up as we've gotten closer to the official reveal, and we might have even seen the final designs (or something close to it) earlier this week. Now, the same source from that leak has returned with another photo that seems to confirm the suspected design of the 2019 iPhone, as well as the names that each of the new iPhone models will carry.

Second, the iPhone 11 models Brownlee shows off in the video have the old mute switch design from Apple ’ s earlier iPhones . The iPhone 11 series will get a new round mute switch that slides up and down the edge of the phone, just like the one on the iPad Pro lineup. There might also be a third big

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There’s one last big mistake on these iPhone 11 dummies, and it also relates to the back. The accessory maker that created them used the same back panel and clear glass as Apple’s iPhone XS, but that’s not what the iPhone 11 will look like. According to multiple reports, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max will feature a frosted glass back, and Apple will delete the “iPhone” logo we’re used to seeing on all of its iPhone models.

Mistakes aside, the video still gives us a very good idea of what the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro will be like in real life. They’re also shown with the upcoming iPhone 11 versions some of our favorite iPhone cases every, the Pitaka MagCases that are made of the same material as body armor and are available for every current iPhone model. Check out the full video below.

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