The Concept Creator YouTube channel has put up its version of the iPhone 11 Pro and it paints a great picture for the forthcoming handset.
With the latest iPhone Pro leak, the entire tech industry is now carefully reconsidering what Apple actually has in store for us during its annual iPhone launch event. While a majority of the media outlets claim that the iPhone 11 Pro is in fact just a rebranded iPhone XS Max with 2019 changes, there is a sizable part of the media which claim that this is an all-new handset that’s not been leaked yet.
Taking this minor branding rumour into consideration, a graphic designer has created a fantastic video of what he believes the device will look like once launched. And if you ask us, this looks way better than the leaked iPhone 11 renders out there.
This iPhone 11 Pro concept was created by Jermaine Smit, the person behind Concept Creator’s YouTube channel and he claims that it took him as much as 258 hours to put this video together.
The iPhone Pro concept video doesn’t do away with Apple’s plans to include the triple rear camera setup; however, he horizontally stacks them on the back similar to what Samsung did with the Galaxy S10 lineup. Smit says, “This includes a new design for the back camera, and I have done it with a horizontal setup because of space; the target was big sensors and the, of course, the periscope lens.”
To explain it, this type of camera reflects the intake of light so that the sensor is beside the lens rather than behind it. This helps in adding an optical zoom sensor as well. This feature hasn’t just been pulled from the air as Huawei did this exact thing with its P30 Pro smartphone.
Smit has made sure that he is not a part of the ‘notch’ camp and has eliminated the notch altogether in his creation. In this video, we see the front-facing camera components located under the display and this feature isn’t fantasy as well as OPPO have recently shown off this breakthrough technology.
While the concept looks great, there isn’t an option for the TrueDepth camera for FaceID or Animoji.
With that being said, this is merely a concept and we can just wish that Apple does something close to this in the future.