Apple might be redesigning its next iPhone significantly
The upcoming smartphone from Apple is still quite a few months away but the rumor mill has begun to run.
According to a new report, Apple could be bringing a major overhaul to the design of its upcoming iPhone to be launched in September. The leaked renders show Apple shifting to a horizontal structure of cameras in contrast to the vertical one being seen on the last models. Moreover, the camera setup also reportedly would be shifted to the center at the back.
This set of leak comes through Forbes, the leading US-based daily, which quotes Steve Hemmerstoffer (along with CompareRaja) who is a credible tipster. Earlier, we saw a triple camera design render. Steve, however, now mentions that Apple was considering that design but it wasn’t the final version. On the front side of the smartphone, users could see a notch, which although is slimmer, but is still visibly there.
According to Forbes, Apple could be turning to this design so to make the placement of three lenses more catchy to look at. In the new design, we have three lenses stacked next to each other while Apple has shifted to using a circular flashlight around the main lens in the center, utilizing the space in a more efficient way.
Apple had been having a bit of hard time after the country’s sales for iPhones dropped. Tim Cook has even announced venturing into a new Health sector mentioning that these would be the Apple’s greatest contribution to mankind.