IPhone 11 Pro: New Leak Suggests Change In Apple Logo Position

Posted: Aug 30 2019, 9:58am CDT | by , in Technology News

 

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iPhone 11 Pro: New Leak Suggests Change in Apple Logo Position

A new leak suggests that Apple will change the position of its logo on the new iPhones.

Apple has finally sent invites for its mega event, scheduled to take place on September 10. The world is anticipating at least two new iPhone devices in the event: iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. While there have been many leaks related to the features and specs of the upcoming iPhone 11, a new revelation suggests that Apple may reveal a very key change to its flagship device’s hardware design.

New leaks by Slashedleaks show that Apple has moved the Apple logo on the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro a bit downwards, centering the Apple sign vertically and horizontally. Some reports suggest that this logo space change is planned to accommodate space for the triple-camera feature, perhaps the most anticipated feature of the new device.

It’s also expected that iPhone 11 will have a feature that will allow users to wirelessly charge their AirPods by placing the AirPods case on the back of their iPhone. If true, this feature would also require more space on the back, hence the expected logo space change.

The latest leak by Slashedleak somewhat aligns with a leak posted on a forum by a person who claimed to be an employee of Foxconn, the Taiwan-based Apple parts supplier. The person had claimed that Apple will completely remove the iPhone text from the back of the new iPhone in 2019.

iPhone 11 Pro Features

The biggest hype is about Apple iPhone 11 Pro, which would be the high-end version of the 2019 iPhone. This version is expected to have the triple-camera feature, which will combine wide angle, telephoto, and ultra-wide lenses. Put simply, the triple-camera feature will help you capture a scene from three different angles.

It is also expected that iPhone 11 will have a better Face ID sensor that will allow users to unlock their devices more easily.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/26" rel="author">Fahad Saleem</a>
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