The new iPhone X could pack in a whopping five cameras in total, two on the front and a triple system setup on the rear.
Apple has just finished its major announcements from its annual Worldwide Developer Conference event – aka WWDC 2018.
And with WWDC finished for another year, the new iPhone launch is the next big Apple event in the pipeline.
A recent render has potentially revealed one possible layout for at least one of the rumoured four new iPhones for 2018.
This image, created by designer Mushin M. Belaal Auckbuaully, shows an iPhone X style design but with two selfie cameras in the front. This could be part of an upgraded Face ID system, which has leaked previously as a possible upgrade.
On the rear is a triple lens camera, similar to the one found on the Huawei P20 Pro. Since this Chinese manufacturer is a major competitor to Apple, it would make sense to create a similarly impressive camera on the new iPhone.
Apple is also expected to release a new iPhone X, which upgrades the processor and camera of the current 5.8-inch OLED model.
It’s believed there will be two iPhone X models, including a larger 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus and a more affordable 6.1-inch iPhone X.
Rumours also point to a new iPhone SE 2 for 2018, which will be the most affordable new iPhone and may also cram in the notch screen of the iPhone X.
This new iPhone SE 2 should remain a similar size to the current model, only with a larger screen thanks to that edge to edge design.
While we will have to wait until September for a new iPhone, Apple has announced lots of software advancements from WWDC 2018.
The new iOS 12 preview, for example, supports new features like Memojis and Siri shortcuts.
Memojis let iPhone owners create their own emojis based of the Animoji versions of themselves. These are the cartoon animal faces which mimic the person by using the phone’s front facing facial detection camera system.
A new Do Not Disturb At Bedtime feature aims to offer a better digital wellbeing to iPhone users.
Photos also gets a boost in iOS 12 with event categorised by place and time.
Siri will also be updated to offer shortcuts like ‘find my keys’ from the Tile app to help use the app for that task without the need to tap the screen.
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