It's still a little less than 9 months left until the regular September Apple event, where Apple will announce its latest rounds of iPhones.
new render from Ben Geskin shows which "iPhone XR 2" with dual cameras, and which "IPhone 11 Max" with three cameras can look like.
In addition, some iPhone providers have noted that they have been able to hide the IR blower and point projector under the display. While this means that Apple couldn't completely negate the hook, it could require a much smaller hack in the next round of phones.
Other phone manufacturers have found creative ways to avoid ticking altogether, such as having a "punch", or having a camera that can raise and hide when needed.
This year's iPhone upgrades are expected to be a great one, including a redesign, because Apple usually works on a tick-tock cycle with its iPhone. While the company does not always change its design, it likes to perform its camera performance and sees a significant jump in camera performance year-round.
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