It is widely expected that Apple’s 2018 iPhones will not differ too greatly in terms of design from last year’s iPhone X, where they will be adopting the edge-to-edge display even for the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone. In fact photos of alleged dummy units have surfaced in the past which shows off said design.

Now in the photos which shows the 6.1-inch model, it seems that the camera on the back might be bigger than its predecessor, the iPhone 8, which now seems to have been “confirmed” in a photo uploaded to Slashleaks (via Cult of Mac). From what we can tell, the camera is indeed bigger than the previous models.

It is unclear as to what this could mean for the phone, such as a potentially bigger sensor, but hopefully it is for the better. This is interesting as the 6.1-inch iPhone is said to be a slightly more affordable version of this year’s iPhones where it will see Apple do away with certain features, such as the use of OLED and 3D Touch to help keep costs down.

We suppose the worst case scenario here would be that the camera will be the same as last year’s model, which even then isn’t the worst thing in the world. Either way we’ll have to wait and see what Apple will announce where last we heard, it could be either on the 11th or 12th of September.

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