If the rumors are to be believed, Apple could launch three new iPhones this year. In terms of design, we’ve seen some dummy units make their way onto the internet, but a new video uploaded by YouTuber Marques Brownlee provides us with more details as he has managed to get his hands on some dummy units.

We’re not sure if these dummy units are the same units that we’ve seen in the previous photos, but they do look identical in terms of design. The design in question is said to be similar to last year’s iPhone X, where the 5.8-inch model will remain unchanged, while the other two models will simply be bigger versions.

The video also does a good job at highlighting how much bigger the 6.5-inch iPhone is compared to the 5.8-inch model, so if you thought that last year’s iPhone X was a bit small, then perhaps the 6.5-inch model could be of interest to you. That being said, Brownlee does bring up an interesting point and that is how much will the larger model cost?

The iPhone X was already criticized for being too expensive, which means that a potentially larger model could cost an extra $100-$200 more, making the base model $1,200 (ouch). Either way this is something we’ll have to wait and see for ourselves, so check back with us next month which is when Apple is expected to announce their new handsets.

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