But the first one this year is a promising one as it gives a clear look at the triple rear camera setup in the iPhone XI.
The next iPhone could sport a three-camera system on the back similar to Android rivals like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
Since Apple takes symmetrical design very seriously, it is hard to believe that the actual triple camera array will look as ugly as this.
The assembly will also include an LED flash and rear facing microphone.
That notwithstanding, it's worth noting that the design above - if at all accurate - will likely be an exclusive on Apple's top of the line iPhone, with Digit noting: "Not knowing the scale at which the image was rendered, it is hard to say which variant will sport the three cameras".
OnLeaks says that the 2019 iPhones are still in the Engineering Validation Test stage, which means that there can be changes before the devices launch later this year.
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The very first render of what might be one of Apple's 2019 iPhones has surfaced online. There are two cameras aligned vertically like the iPhone XS, but there will also be a third camera placed between the two, on the side. The cameras and the LED flash are squeezed into a square.
A recent Bloomberg story mentioned that Apple is interested in Sony's new ToF sensors.
The third camera is reportedly a Time of Flight sensor (ToF) that creates a 3D spatial map by calculating how long it takes light to bounce off a surface.
The three-camera setup certainly sounds impressive, but it's quite likely to push up the cost of production, and therefore inflate the iPhone brand's price tag even further.
Coming back to the leaked render of the iPhone XI, the image shows the same black glass back with Apple's shiny logo at the center and the word "iPhone" written at the bottom.