Although the successors of Apple iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max are about eight months away from their presentation, the latest commercial concept video released on YouTube shows perhaps a more realistic view of how Apple will place the famous triple camera system which will make a debut this year.
Instead of the previous squares of the rear cameras that appeared in earlier renders, this concept simply extends the oval shape that surrounds the three lenses and is also what appears to be the iPhone X design. Other rumors want to add a ring flash that surrounds the camera unit and not the quad-LED that appears on today’s iPhone cameras. Probably, increased LED lighting output from a larger flash ring will add more value to the use of a mobile flash.
The video creator has imitated the style of Apple’s official iPhone advertising videos, dressing the video with a characteristic dance track. Also refer to on-screen Touch ID support as well as availability of the device in red.Also, the video introduces a 120Hz screen adoption (like iPad Pro).