While we'll likely have to wait until September to see the final product, dummy models speculating the design of Apple's next iPhone continue to circulate online. Today we receive a detailed look at what is expected to be the new iPhone 11 series, consisting of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 R, and iPhone 11 Max.

First off, you'll notice that the exterior of the new iPhone closely mimics that of the iPhone 10, minus the square-shaped triple-lens rear camera. The iPhone 11 series will seemingly feature the same overall dimensions as the 10, with the screen remaining nearly identical. The ports and switches on the iPhone 11 also appear to be the same as on the iPhone 10, although there have been rumors of a possible transition from Lightning to industry standard USB-C. According to this hands-on look, however, that is unlikely for the time being.

As the exterior design of the iPhone 11 series largely resembles the iPhone 10, this leads us to believe the majority of the upgrades will be internal, again, save for the new rear camera.

Be sure to leave us your thoughts on this expected iPhone 11 design, and as always, stay tuned for more on the latest from Apple and the new iPhone.

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