Assuming that Apple is sticking to the same formula as they have for the past couple of years, later in the year we can expect the company to launch three new iPhones. Thanks to the folks at Mac Otakara, they have managed to get their hands on 3D printed mockups of the upcoming models.

For those who are unfamiliar, the three models are expected to consist of the successor to the iPhone 11 (which was the successor to the iPhone XR in 2018) that will sport an LCD screen, along with the successors to the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, both of which will continue to use OLED displays.

However, unlike last year’s models, this year’s models have been rumored to undergo a slight redesign where instead of curved/rounded edges, the 2020 iPhones have been said to take some design cues from the iPhone 4. As you can see in the video above, this means that we can look forward to iPhones with straight/flat edges around the body.

Now, these 3D printed mockups don’t look particularly good, but it should still be a good indication of what we might be able to expect. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but what do you make of the new design? Is this something you can get on board with?

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