These schematics don't assure that they're actually Apple's original, but there's a good chance of Ghostek having access to iPhones design information in order to have the cases ready before the launch of the new iPhone range. The triple lens rear camera is said to come with 3D sensing and improved zoom functionality.
If the report is to be believed, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone could cost lower than the iPhone 8 starting at $600, CNET reported on Sunday.
Forbes claims that the flash isn't featured on the schematics: "I've been asked if one lens is the flash, it isn't".
The alleged "budget" iPhone model has a 6.1in display - it's not confirmed but presumably this is LCD rather than OLED. This is the model that will carry a 6.5-inch edge-to-edge OLED display, powered by a 7nm A12 SoC.
Apple iPhone's camera does not perform up to the mark set up by rivals in low lights and the addition of a monochrome camera will certainly enhance its low light capabilities.
It seems impossible to keep a handset as high-profile as the iPhone XI a secret, and today we have another leak, this time in the form of schematics for the largest, most premium of the three rumored handsets, which we'll call the iPhone XI Plus for now, along with the most affordable option, which we're currently referring to as the iPhone 9.
As per the Forbes report, the iPhone X Plus will have a 6.5-inch OLED display, and might sport a vertically-stacked triple camera configuration.
Rumors have it the next iPhone top dog will use a steel chassis (like the iPhone X), hence weighing more than the iPhone 8 Plus' 202g. The schematics show a single rear camera.
A new report revealed the schematics of the upcoming rumoured cheaper iPhone, which will most likely be termed as "budget iPhone".
The 2018 iPhone launch is only a few months away now, and needless to say, there isn't much room for drastic design changes now.
Another important detail provided by this leak on iPhone X Plus is that the upcoming Apple flagship will measure 156.9 x 76.9 mm.