This video is our best look yet at Apple’s leaked iPhone 11R design

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iPhone 11 Release Date

Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ are scheduled to be unveiled less than four weeks from now, and Huawei’s powerful new Mate 30 Pro will launch soon as well. Google’s upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are already generating some buzz, and we may have just seen the Pixel 4 leak in its first real-life photo. OnePlus undoubtedly plans to launch a OnePLus 7T Pro before the year is done, and the first smartphones with invisible under-display selfie cameras will be shown off in China this year as well. Yet despite all of these debuts that are brewing from Android phone makers, Apple’s new iPhone 11 series is still enjoying the lion’s share of the buzz.

Apple isn’t even planning a huge upgrade this year, despite moving from an „S“ iPhone to a brand new generation. Instead, the iPhone 11 series is shaping up to be more like the iPhone 7 series, which was basically an „iPhone 6ss.“ The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R will look just like their predecessors from the front, and they’ll be almost the same around back. The exception, of course, is the huge new square camera bump that will be on all three new iPhone 11 models. You know, the one everyone is whinging and whining about despite the fact that they’ll forget all about it within a few weeks of the phone’s release — just like the notch.

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