If Apple follows its usual launch cycle we can probably expect its all-new iPhone 11 to be revealed this September.
That’s the month the US technology firm always uses to reveal its next generation of smartphones and there’s nothing to say 2019 will be any different.
Despite the fact that there’s clearly still many months to go until Apple will officially reveal all, the leaks and rumours have already begun.
Although there’s no confirmation of the new features that will be arriving on the next iPhone, the biggest change that could arrive is a triple rear camera on the back panel.
Many experts have been suggesting that a trio of cameras is highly likely and a new leak may have just given fans their best look yet at this new design.
Posted on SlashLeaks, the image claims to show two dummy devices which are created to help case manufacturers get their protective covers ready for the launch.
Although the photo doesn’t show a real iPhone it does give a clear indication that a triple camera could be coming to Apple’s next flagship.
Instead of the current dual-lens setup in the top left-hand corner, there now appears to be space for three rear snappers.
If Apple does include this photographic feature it could finally mean users get access to an ultra wide-angle lens.
Many of Apple’s biggest rivals, including Huawei and Samsung, have now packed this camera technology into their latest devices and it would make sense for Apple to include something similar.
The ultra wide-angle camera offers users the option to get far more content into their images and it’s become a very popular addition on may of the latest flagship phones.
As well as improved photography from the rear cameras, it’s also thought that Apple could be planning an upgrade to the front snapper as well.
Notable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, from TF International Securities, was said to have made the claim in a new research note that was obtained by MacRumors.
Kuo was quoted as saying the next batch of iPhones will come with a 12-megapixel selfie sensor as opposed to the 7-megapixel camera on the front of the iPhone Xs, Xs Max and XR.
As noted by The Verge, it was emphasised the size of the pixels on the new selfie cameras would not change.
Along with this big boost to its photography credentials, we can also expect all the usual updates coming to this phone including faster processors, bigger battery and brighter display.
Some rumours have also suggested Apple may include reverse wireless technology inside their new phones which would allow them to refill other devices, such as the new AirPods, by them simply being placed on top of this new phone.
It’s worth noting that none of these claims have been confirmed by Apple and we wouldn’t expect any news to be revealed by the US technology firm until the official launch.