- Apple’s next iPhone, presumably called the iPhone 11, is expected to launch in September.
- As we’ve seen with previous years, Apple fans and interested parties have created iPhone 11 dummy models based on descriptions from case manufacturers using rumored dimensions from the latest iPhone leaks and reports.
- Assuming these dummy models are accurate — and they often are, since they’re based off months of reports and rumors that point to the same general design — it’ll be a bummer if Apple plays it safe by using the same basic iPhone design for the third year in a row.
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As always, Apple has a new iPhone coming in September. And thanks to the cottage industry of iPhone-dummy-model-making, and YouTubers who are happy to showcase these dummy designs in front of their massive audiences, we now have a pretty good idea of what the next iPhone will likely look like and feel like in person.
These dummy models, mind you, are based off of months of reporting from various news outlets, as well as rumored device dimensions. It’s only mid July, but the design of Apple’s next iPhone has likely been done for months now. Case manufacturers trying to get a jump on things often use this time during the summer to start mass-producing phones, and accessories, based on the rumored device dimensions in time for a September launch.
If you haven’t seen the rumored design of the next iPhone yet, here’s what to expect from Apple later this year.