American techno-blogger showed iPhone XI on video

YouTube star from the USA Marquez Brownlee posted a video on his channel that shows what the new iPhone will look like.

The devices that Brownlee demonstrates are not real. He simply replaced the back panels of the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR with custom ones, made on the basis of published renders.

Vloger notes that the iPhone XIR (the name of this model may be different) will receive the same square camera module as the older models, but in the “affordable” iPhone there will be two lenses instead of three. In older models, the third lens is likely to be super wide.

Comparing the iPhone of 2019 with the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, Brownlee noticed that Apple’s solution looks less successful due to the location of the camera unit in the corner of the device (in Mate 30 it is located in the middle).

Apple is expected to launch a new iPhone presentation on September 10th.

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