Anyway, last minute surprises, we know what the upcoming iPhones will look like.
There will be three of them, each corresponding to a model in the current iPhone XS / XS Max / XR array, with the biggest visual difference of the new phones being a large, square camera rear shock.
3D just goes so far, but now we can check out the phones in detail in a new video – kind of.
The devices in the video, published by Mobile Fun, are not actual phones; They are dummy models, based on rumors and CAD designs of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R. As such, they could differ (significantly) from the final official version.
If the dummies in the video are true for the real thing, then all I can say is that which comes across. It's huge. It looks even more ridiculous on the iPhone 11R, possibly because the Apple logo on that model is (for some reason) placed significantly higher than on the other two dummies.
Can I get used to the huge bump on my back? Probably, but if I get one of these, it goes into one case and it never comes out.
For a look at a completely different (and yet, of course, quite similar) iPhone dummy model trio, go to 9to5Mac. The cameras on these are a little smaller on your face, and the Apple logo is located quite high (which again doesn't look good to my eyes).
And if that's not enough, check out the new video from YouTuber Marques Brownlee which in turn contains very similar mock-up devices.
As for specifications, these dummy models tell nothing new. Earlier rumors indicate that the iPhone 11 will have a 5.8-inch OLED display, the iPhone 11 Max will have a 6.5-inch OLED display, while the cheaper iPhone 11R will have a 6.1-inch LCD.
For other features, we may see two-way wireless charging, one faster, an A13 chip, and a USB-C port instead of Apple's proprietary Lightning port.
The new iPhones will probably start in September.