According to new leaks reported by 9to5Mac, Apple is planning to launch three new iPhone 11 models in September this year.
The new models currently have internal codenames of D42 (iPhone 11), D43 (iPhone 11 Max) and N104 (iPhone 11R).
All three models will feature similar screen resolutions as the previous models, with the D42 and D43 having a 3x OLED Retina display, and the N104 featuring the 2x Liquid Retina display.
The report claims that the new iPhones will feature the Apple A13 chip model T8030, codenamed Cebu, as well as a new Taptic Engine codenamed “leap haptics”.
The new Engine is expected to replace Apple’s 3D Touch functionality included in the iPhone XS and XS Max.
The report also seemingly backs previous rumours that the new iPhone range will feature a triple rear camera system with a new wide-angle lens, while its front-facing camera will have the ability to capture slow-motion video at 120fps.
The official reveal of the new Apple iPhones is expected in the company’s upcoming September event.