iPhone 11 Concept Envisions Triple Camera Setup, Punch-Hole Notch, and 100W Fast Charging

Posted by Rajesh Pandey on Apr 03, 2019 in iPhone 11, News

iPhone 11 Concept

The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max are still a few months away from launch. Until September arrives and we get to have our first look at the 2019 iPhones, there’s a new iPhone 11 concept that we can drool over.

The concept envisions the iPhone 11 with a design language similar to the 2018 iPad Pro, triple cameras at the rear, a 6.1-inch QHD+ Super Retina OLED panel protected by Gorilla Glass 6, and a punch-hole style notch right in the middle. The concept also envisions Apple shipping a USB-C cable with 2019 iPhones and bundling an ultra-fast 100W charger in the box.

The video also shows an Apple Pencil alongside the iPhone 11, though Apple is unlikely to add support for it to the iPhone lineup anytime soon. Interestingly, the iPhone 11 Max has a different camera layout from the regular iPhone 11 in the concept video. That, however, is unlikely to happen. Apple may reserve the triple camera set up at the rear for higher storage variants of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max but the design is going to be the same. The third new camera sensor will feature an ultra-wide angle shooter as seen on the Galaxy S10 and Huawei Mate 20 Pro/P30 series.

Our Take

Ultimately, this concept video shows an iPhone 11 that’s way too cool for reality. While Xiaomi has teased a 100W fast charging technology, we are yet to see such tech being used in mainstream smartphones. And Apple continues to stick to 5W charging on its iPhones so it would be far too of a stretch to think the company will include a 100W charger with the iPhone 11 this year. Similarly, the notch design shown in the video is simply not practical as it won’t leave Apple with any space to include the TrueDepth sensors required for Face ID.

What do you think about this iPhone 11 concept?

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