There have been 3D renders possibly depicting the iPhone 11 circulating the internet as of late, showing a prominent design change to the rear camera - a triple camera system with a square camera bump. But a report by 9to5Mac might give the triple camera system some credence.
It’s been reported that Barclays, the British investment giant, has been tipping off investor about significant changes coming to the alleged iPhone 11 - “innovation” hasn’t exactly been present in recent years.
The first being the integration of new antenna technology for WiFi 6 through switching liquid crystal polymer antennas to a modified PI approach - apparently resulting in faster and more reliable data.
Back to the triple camera system, Barclays also states that Apple will introduce said system on the “high-end” iPhone 11, mostly the Max variant - which would returning to their previous ways of price-gating better camera systems in their top models.
Finally, Barclays also says that Face ID will be enhanced by increasing the power of the flood illumination and an infrared dot projector to map out your face in 3D - both improving the speed and accuracy of Face ID.
Whether these features will generate better sales for Apple than in 2018 still remains to be seen.