The iPhone 11 looks set to become the next flagship phone from Apple and it could arrive within a matter of weeks.
If the US firm follows its usual launch cycle then we can probably expect to see a big reveal in September with Express.co.uk speculating that Tuesday 10th looks most likely – you can see our reasons behind this here.
And, with a launch now imminent, the rumours and supposed leaks just keep on coming.
We’ve already seen glimpses of how the new devices will look with the flagships appearing to get three cameras on the rear case.
This could mean the iPhone finally gets the option to shoot photos with a wide-angle lens and this trio of lenses may improve how well the device zooms and snaps images in low light.
However, along with the way it looks, we may also now know more about how Apple will name its new lineup of phones.
A leak via case maker ESR, is suggesting that the new range will include an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
If true, it means Apple is ditching the current iPhone XR naming for its entry-level devices with this slightly cheaper option getting a more standard name.
Although this has not yet been confirmed, ESR is a respected brand that sells cases on platforms including Amazon.
It seems the firm has a product listing of all its new cases which has been spotted and leaked online by iPhonesoft.
This document also shows images of how the cases will look with the standard iPhone 11 likely to get a dual-lens camera and the 11 Pro and Pro Max both getting that triple snapper.
We’ll have to wait and see if this latest rumour becomes a reality but expect plenty more surprises to be revealed in the coming weeks.
If you want any official news then we could find out when Apple will be unveiling its next phone towards the end of August.
This is usually when the US firm sends out invites to media revealing when its keynote is going to be taking place.
Express.co.uk will bring you full details of the launch as soon as it’s announced so watch this space for the latest updates and Apple news.