Apple iPhone XI render / Credit: Digit, On Leaks

It is barely a new year and less than four months since the release of the iPhone Xs, new leaks for the incoming iPhone 11 are flooding the internet. Getting Apple enthusiasts and camera geeks excited for the September launch, Digit has revealed a very early prediction of what the next cult gadget might look like.

When you thought the iPhone camera – which has already been used to shoot full campaigns – couldn’t get any better, these guys think it does. Referred to as the iPhone XI, a 5K rendering shows a three-camera design set on the back, accompanied by an LED flash, and the microphone found below. Set in a square design, it is still early days for specifics but could mean one of the most powerful cameras to-date.

But quality like that does come with a price. Despite reports suggesting that the Californian tech company will need to lower its prices to compete, speculations surround the idea of the iPhone XI priced upwards of $1,500 AUD, similar to that of the iPhone Xs and Xs Max. But is the camera alone, enough to entice customers?

A constant cry from consumers is the hope that the new iPhone will see a more sleek designer, the banishment of the dreaded ‘notch’, better battery life and a better front camera. According to a report from Forbes, Apple’s Face ID component supplier AMS has revealed technology which can remove the iPhone’s notch, and even a bezel-less design. So there is still hope.

Stay tuned for more design leaks to come.