Earlier this year a report said that Apple will launch three iPhones this year, including a high-end model with triple rear cameras. A new report from Mac Otakara says that the successor of the XS and XS Max will feature 6.1-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays, respectively and will pack triple rear cameras, citing supply chain sources from China.
The 6.1-inch model is said to be about 0.15mm thicker than the iPhone XS with 0.5 mm less camera bump, making it 0.1 mm thicker, while the 6.5-inch OLED model is said to be 0.4 mm thicker than the iPhone XS Max, and the camera bump is about 0.25 mm smaller, making it 0.2 mm thicker than the predecessor.
All the three cameras on the back are expected to adopt larger lenses, feature bilateral wireless charging and come bundled with Apple 18W USB charger and USB-C to Lightning cable.
The iPhone XI and iPhone XI Max are expected to be joined by iPhone XIR that is also said to come with triple rear cameras, but it could stick to LCD screen. However, Apple is expected to come to OLED displays completely in 2020 iPhones.