With 2016 drawing to a close, focus turns to the coming year, and rumors suggest that Apple is set to release three new iPhones next year.

Two of these will be the customary iPhone 7s and 7s plus, which offer slight tweaks to this year's iPhone 7, while the iPhone 8 is also rumored to be on the way. Breaking with past price structures, it's said that these new iPhones will cost less than current models – something Apple has never done before.

The rumors come courtesy of a Chinese Weibo user, whose previous leaks have turned out to be true. One of the three models, referred to internally within Apple as "Ferrari," is suspected to be the iPhone 8, and will have a completely new design that also includes a bezel-less AMOLED screen.

The rumors also suggest that it will have a different logic board design. The board should be divided into two parts connected by a flex cable. One board would house the A11 chip and NAND flash storage, while a second board will contain Wi-Fi, cellular and other chips.

Head over to BGR to read more about these rumors.

And Apple, if you're reading, these are the 10 things we want from the iPhone 8, please!

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