Fresh images of Apple’s iPhone XI have been leaked, months before its launch.
A new leak has provided the first images of what claims to be the latest iPhone, months ahead of its expected September release.
In the images, which were obtained by OnLeaks, the iPhone XI looks similar to the iPhone X, with a couple of notable upgrades.
The iPhone XI will have a 5.8-inch display, with its larger counterpart, the iPhone XI Max, to have a screen of 6.5 inches.
But the most noticeable change to the updated smartphone is its camera.
Taiwan-based TF International Securities Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a briefing note last week both the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch models would have the 12 Megapixel, triple lens rear cameras.
He said it would be “one of the new 2H19 iPhone’s major selling points”.
The camera will allow ultra-wide angles and enhanced zoom.
Images also show the new device may have a round mute button that slides down the phone, replacing the original horizontal one.
The lightning port will be making a comeback and, with its bigger battery, the phone will be slightly thicker than the X.
The new leaked images come days after case mouldings of the phone were leaked.