The upcoming iPhone may feature a squared-off, triple-lens camera for unprecedented picture quality, if the most recent leaked images are to be believed.  That’s according to a UK phone case company, who’ve released images of a ‘dummy device’ ahead of Apple’s official launch, next week.  Those behind the images believe they’re a reliable depiction of the eagerly-anticipated handset, which is expected to be unveiled on 10 September.  However, the California-based company hasn’t confirmed the prototype’s accuracy, which means the official iPhone 11 could be totally different. Early reveal? UK phone case company, Nood, have leaked images of a ‘dummy device’ ahead of Apple’s official launch, which is expected to take place on 10 September  Apple’s next generation iPhones are expected to be the first iPhones to boast triple camera systems. They will also be the first to offer USB-C and the first to ship with iOS 13, which will bring a system-wide dark mode, privacy enhancements and a performance boost. We know that Apple’s next iPhones will be expensive, but we don’t yet know quite how much they will...