More 2019 iPhone triple camera details come to the fore

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Chatter becomes more intensive and the subject seems to be the 2019 series of the iPhone. Macotakara claims that there will be two new 2019 iPhone models. They have a 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch OLED screen. This information is a direct contradiction to earlier rumors that this year's iPhone will be the direct successors to the 2018 models, with few to no design changes and some specixes.

The reason behind these two models is said to be, according to the report, the introduction of the triple camera installation that we have leaked in recent weeks and months. Physical changes are also mentioned, required by the larger size of the sensor behind that setup with three cameras. The report suggests that the 6.1-inch OLED variant is 0.15 mm thicker than the current iPhone XS. However, the camera bump will be 0.5 mm thinner, less bulging.

For the larger model, it would be about 0.4 mm thicker than the iPhone Xs Max, but the camera bump can be reduced to 0.25 mm. Other reports have surfaced in recent days, but this is normal in this internship. Different sources claim different pieces of information, but remain skeptical, because things will be clearer as we get closer to the fall iPhone event.

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