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Are you ready for a brand new iPhone? Leaks reveal a radical, stunning design

The notch and the camera redesign are sure to blow your mind.

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Jul 15, 2019, 06.42 PM IST
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If leaks and renders are to be believed, it is being touted as the most-exciting iPhone that the company has ever built.
Apple wants to give their loyalists something new and out-of-the-box. The Cupertino-based tech giant is working on an iPhone which will be radically different from all the previous ones that we have seen. If leaks and renders are to be believed, it is being touted as the most-exciting iPhone that the company has ever built.

In the works is a full-screen display without any cut-outs or a very small notch, with a new under-screen TrueDepth camera. This device may finally be ready by 2020 and is likely to be launched alongside an iPhone 11, which will hit the stands this year. This could be similar to how the company launched the iPhone X along with the iPhone 8 and 8 plus.

The smartphone could be notch-less or have a very small notch, it will integrate a new in-display Touch ID, will continue to retain the Face ID. With the redesigned notch, Apple will finally be at par with its Android rivals.

Apple is also likely to use a new seven-element lens system that’s completely new for the iPhones. The iPhone 11’s triple-camera system will continue using the six-element lens for its primary camera, just like it does with the iPhone XS.

Although it is a wait-and-watch scenario, but Apple may actually be packing quite a punch with what it has in store for iPhone loyalists.

Jony Ive: The Man Who Changed The Way Apple Looks

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Jony Ive, as he's popularly known, was not just the Cupertino-based tech giant's Chief Design Officer but also the right-hand man at the company, which he joined in 1992 as a member of the design division.During his initial years there, he helped create the Apple Newton. And would've moved on after a 5-year stint, but rather was appointed Apple’s senior vice-president of industrial design by Steve Jobs who was himself returning to the group at the time. Ive and Jobs would go on to form a lifelong partnership; the late Apple founder had once said, "If I had a spiritual partner at Apple, it's Jony."The British designer revealed in an interview that he and Jobs began work on what would become the iMac the day they met.Ive, with Jobs and even after him, would go on to create some of modern day's most path-breaking products including the iPod, iPhone, iPad, Airpods among several others.Here's a look at some of the devices that were made irresistible by Ive's designs.(Image: allaboutstevejobs.com)
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