Some Apple fans have thought how the company may have lost its touch when it comes to design. A series of mistakes and questionable decisions have led some to lose confidence in Cupertino's once famous design chops. It's not yet mentioned. If this is the new iPhone 11, or iPhone XI is what it claims to be, then iPhone fans will soon be greeted by yet another design that is just new but also unheard of at the same time.
Square cameras might become a thing of this year's iPhone just like these leaks describe. It wouldn't be the first time we've seen that design, though, as Huawei used a square bump on the Huawei Mate 20 series last year. The difference is that Apple's alleged version arranges the cameras in a different way.
That design was first revealed by OnLeaks at the beginning of the year. Instead of sitting neatly on a 2 × 2 grid, the three lenses will be supposedly alternate, forming a triangle. This is now seemingly confirmed by another independent leak that shows the schematics of a welding pattern for the iPhone 1
The schematic does that why Apple may have been forced to use this unusual design. For one, it saves up on space so Apple has to rearrange the iPhone's internals too much to make for three cameras. It also shows two large holes, perhaps for a flash and another sensor that would not fit perfectly on a 2 × 2 grid.
Despite that, this design is well-known with a few iPhone users, especially those who are dissatisfied with very visible antenna lines and notches. Others, however, will be more forgiving, especially if they give them Apple's first triple camera iPhone.