Putting all the unappealing visual factors aside, we can not ignore the fact that Apple is jumping onto the triple-camera setup as early as this year.
Whatever the case, we really hope that the new iPhone for 2019 doesn't look like this. We have no sure way of knowing which of the upcoming phones is shown in the renders, but with such a drastic change in the camera setup, it's probably the top-of-the-line model.
It also remains to be seen if a third camera will be Apple's ticket to bounce back from a low 2018. The render reveals there will be a third camera placed between the two, on the side.
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The iPhone moved beyond a flush camera in 2014 when the chassis of the iPhone 6 became too thin to accomodate it. Tipster OnLeaks and Digit India published a bunch of renders yesterday of what might be the iPhone XI, which you can see above and below.
The reason we said Apple got inspired by Huawei is simply by looking at the rear cameras stacked inside a square window. There's nothing concrete from Apple's end, but we don't expect much considering how the company likes to keep a low-key even until the day of the official launch, which will take place in September this year.
Apple went through a few issues in the aftermath of the iPhone XS launch with pundits suggesting the company hadn't offered enough of an upgrade to tempt customers away from their existing phones. Often that might mean that some details are inaccurate, like colours, textures or perhaps placement of sensors or cameras. But seasoned Apple watchers will recognise last year as an "S" upgrade year where the company just bolsters its design from the previous year.