Despite Apple’s plateauing sales, The Wall Street Journal reported that the company is still planning on releasing three new iPhone models this year.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the company’s 2019 line-up will include the same rough categories of phones that were released last year: a premium one, a bigger version of the premium one, and a cheaper one that sits somewhere in between in terms of size. But each of them will be upgraded when the new phones are released, most likely in September this year.
Leaked images shared by OnLeaks show a model with a triple rear camera. The image shows the lenses set up in a triangle fashion atop a square bump — a surprisingly bulky design for Apple. OnLeaks did go on to say that this rendering is early in the official release timeline, so the design is subject to change.
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— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) January 6, 2019
The other two models are said to have a double rear camera set-up.
The sources also said that the budget model will retain an LCD display, because that was the original plan before the company saw that the iPhone XR sales weren’t spectacular. The 2020 models could shift to OLED display like those of the iPhone XS lineup.