Apple iPhone 11 CAD renders showing square camera bump appear online

first_img Shweta Ganjoo New DelhiJuly 3, 2019UPDATED: July 5, 2019 10:02 IST Image Courtesy: Slash LeaksHIGHLIGHTSApple is likely to launch the iPhone 11 in September this year.The iPhone 11 series will comprise of the iPhone XI, iPhone XI Max and the iPhone XIR.The iPhone 11 is expected to come with a triple-camera setup.Apple is likely to upgrade its iPhone lineup in September this year. The 2019 iPhones are likely to follow the suit of their predecessors and include three smartphone models called the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Max and the iPhone 11R. In the past couple of months, a steady stream of rumours has already given us a fair idea as to what should be expected from Apple this year. And now adding to that stream is a series of CAD renders that gives us yet another glimpse of the upcoming iPhone 11.The new CAD renders come as a courtesy of Slash Leaks which shared the images of the upcoming iPhone XI, the iPhone XI Max and the iPhone XIR online. The new images show the upcoming three phones sporting a multi-camera setup at the back that is housed inside a squared shaped camera bump that is placed on the top right quadrant of three iPhones – something that we have seen consistently over the course of reviews in the past.To get down to the specifics, the CAD renders indicate that the iPhone XI and the iPhone XI Max, that will succeed the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max, will come with a triple camera setup and flash at the back, while the iPhone XIR, that will succeed the iPhone XR will come with a dual rear camera setup with a flash. Image Courtesy: Slash LeaksIn terms of the screen, the iPhone XIR is expected to sport a 6.1-inch screen, while the iPhone XI and the iPhone XI Max are likely to come with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch display sizes. The three iPhones – as has been pointed out by several reports in the past – are likely to retain the notch that will house multiple sensors, including the front camera, and the earpiece. In addition to this, the three images also indicate the presence of a speaker grille at the bottom along with the lightning port.advertisementSadly, the CAD renders do not reveal more details about the three iPhones. And it looks like we are back to waiting for the launch event to know the specific details about Apple’s 2019 iPhone lineup.ALSO READ: | iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R square camera design seemingly confirmedALSO READ: | iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max camera and storage details revealed in new leakALSO READ: | Apple likely to retain lightning port in iPhone 11Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byShweta Ganjoo Tags :Follow AppleFollow Apple iPhoneFollow iPhone 11 Apple iPhone 11 CAD renders showing square camera bump appear onlineWhile the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max successors are likely to come with a triple rear camera setup, the iPhone XR successor is likely to feature a dual camera setup at the back.advertisementlast_img read more

The Monocabin is the Pre-Built Tiny Cabin You Can Actually Afford

first_img Thailand’s WARchitect Design Studio is Elevating Home Design Previous Next These Treehouses Will Restore Your Sense of Childlike Wonder Zach Klein Is the Reason We’re All Obsessed with Cabin Porn Editors’ Recommendations 4 Tiny Houses You Can Buy on Amazon This Black Boathouse Is a Luxurious Retreat on a Small Island in Norway 1 of 3 Canadian design and construction company Drop Structures, which focuses on “small, lifestyle-specific luxury spaces,” wants you to be able to afford a tiny cabin. And by the looks of the team’s latest creation, the Monocabin, they’ve achieved their goal.Starting at a base price of just $22,000, this modular tiny cabin boasts 106 square feet of space, a four-foot attached deck, six LED pot lights and five outlets, a no-foundation-required steel base with solid core construction, Baltic birch interior wood finish, black leather (yes, leather) flooring, Douglas fir decking, and an electrical heater. Basically, for less than mid-level SUV, you can have a small house that functions. But again, that’s just the base price.Stepping up your budget a bit will get you even more. For $27,000 buyers can modify the Monocabin to have a glass front wall; for $33,000, you can get both a full-glass front and back. Other areas of customization a kitchen, a loft, additional windows, a built-in murphy bed, air conditioning, extended length, even a bathroom.Drop Structures says of its creation, “With the ability to seamlessly incorporate lofts, desks, beds, various wall and floor textures, and a plethora of other features with ease, the Mono’s ability to transcend a single use function is limited only by your imagination. It’s truly a simplistic ease of use asset, a quick ‘Plug and Play’ addition to your lifestyle.” And we have to agree. Great for a backyard studio, guest suite, listening room, man cave, and more, Monocabin makes having a separate space of your own easy and affordable — not to mention stylish and cool as hell. Plop one of these babies in your backyard add a firepit, and you’ve got yourself some additional income via Airbnb. Just don’t tell your HOA.The Monocabins that do not require water and sewage hook-ups typically don’t need a permit to place and, as mentioned above, do not require a foundation of any sort. The cabin is designed to sit on level, stable land; pilings; or even a concrete pad.For a deeper look at the world of modular structures, take a look at these mountain shelters.last_img read more

CPP Investment Board acquiring stake in second Spanish shopping mall for 311M

TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is preparing to buy a half-interest in a Spanish shopping centre for the equivalent of about $311 million.The Toronto-based fund manager says the Puerto Venecia shopping centre in Zaragoza, Spain, would be owned by a new joint venture between the CPPIB and Intu Properties PLC.They already have a partnership through the Parque Principado shopping centre in Oviedo, Spain, which they acquired in October 2013.Intu owns and operates mostly U.K. retail and leisure properties and has been growing in the Spanish market.It bought Puerto Venecia in January for 451 million euros, or $623 million at current exchange rates. CPPIB will pay 225.4 million euros for a 50 per cent interest in the property.The CPPIB invests money on behalf of the Canada Pension Plan. As of March 31, it managed assets worth $264.6 billion.The Canadian PressCPPIB sees buying opportunities: WisemanCPPIB the new landlord for Uber, Square after acquiring stake in San Francisco headquarters read more

DMK President Stalin slams Sri Lankan court ruling

In January this year, the Sri Lankan parliament passed a bill to impose a huge fine on fishermen crossing the border. “The DMK opposed the Act passed by Sri Lanka to fine Indian fishermen, but the Centre did not bother to oppose it,” he said.Stalin wanted the Centre to hold talks with the Sri Lankan government and ensure that the fishermen from Tuticorin return home. (Colombo Gazette) Tamil Nadu’s DMK President M K Stalin today expressed shock over a Sri Lankan court imposing a fine of Indian Rs 60 lakh each on eight Indian fishermen arrested on August 8 this year for fishing in the territorial waters of the island nation. Stalin said imposing such a huge fine is violation of human rights, the Times of India reported.“It is shocking to know that a Sri Lankan court, a few days ago, directed eight fishermen from Tuticorin to pay Rs 60 lakh each as fine and sentenced them to three months imprisonment,” Stalin said in a statement. He said, “Even though we call Sri Lanka a friendly country, it has hit India on its back by arresting the fishermen and imposing fine them.” Stalin said the BJP government at the Centre and the AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu had not spoken out against the judgment. read more