The three different sizes that the new iPhone will come in are 5.8-inches, 6.1-inches, and 6.5-inches.
The smallest handset is likely to become the base model and will have an LCD screen (rather than the OLED panel currently in the iPhone X) and could be branded the iPhone 9.
The next one up will possibly be called the iPhone XI and will be the natural upgrade from the current iPhone X.
Meanwhile, the 6.5-inch version is rumored to be called the iPhone X Plus and will be the biggest smartphone Apple has ever made. We’re not sure what the cost of this phone will be (the iPhone X’s cheapest model is £999) but it’s not going to be cheap.
One of the biggest upsets for Apple owners in 2018 could be the switch from the Lightning charger to a USB-C port.
According to a post on Japanese tech site Macotakara, the new iPhones will come with an 18W USB Type-C to Lightning dongle in the box – which will make it even more frustrating if you’ve got a lot of Lightning-based Apple accessories.
As well as the trio of new iPhones noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects the company to dish out a new Apple Watch, a new MacBook Air and a new iPad Pro model with the same all-screen design as the iPhone X with no home button.
If Apple sticks to its standard release schedule, we will likely see the new gadgets unveiled in the first or second week of September and have them on UK shelves before the end of October.