A brand-new leak has seemingly confirmed all the previous design leaks for the new iPhone 11, including the addition of a bigger, square-shaped camera bump on the back.
According to leaked schematics on Slashleaks, all three iPhone 11 models will have a square-shaped camera module that will contain three lenses on the iPhone 11 and 11 Max, and two lenses on the iPhone 11R.
The new design will resemble a “stovetop” and will be twice as large as the bump on the current iPhone XS.
The camera bump is integrated into the back of the iPhone 11 as a single piece of glass, instead of a metal frame sticking through a glass back like other smartphones.
Also, according to the leaks, the iPhone 11 will come with an l-shaped logic board, rather than the L-shaped versions found in the previous iPhone models.
The size of the logic board isn’t mentioned, and it is unclear whether it’ll stretch from the top all the way to the bottom of the phone.
The board does look narrow and short, which suggests it will sit beneath the rear-facing camera modules on the right side of the iPhone, leaving room for a large battery on the left side.
The images give some credibility to claims by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who previously predicted the new iPhone models would offer around 20 per cent more battery life than the iPhone XS.
The new iPhones are expected to arrive sometime in September.