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 fetch. 

If anything like 2018's iPhone lineup, pricing will likely start around £999 and £1,099 for the XS and XS Max successors, and from £799 for the lesser-specced LCD model. 

This will continue to be on the phone's reverse, but it will have three separate lenses for maximum-definition images and videos. 

That extra lens will set the stage for several new features, including the ability to take wide angle photos. 

A spokesperson for Nood told MailOnline: 'We are confident that these our imagery reflects the new iPhone 11 range that will be announced on Tuesday. 

'We have been working closely with our partners in China to obtain accurate replicas of how the new phones will look and feel. 

'The most interesting and stunning feature is the triple camera which is unlike anything we have ever seen before. Safe to assume that the camera quality will significantly improve in effort to compete with Samsung and Huawei.' 

Nood co-founder, Gary MacDonough, added: ‘We are excited to provide this sneak peak Apple Fans ahead of the much anticipated Apple launch event on September the 10th.' 

Newly-enhanced feature:The camera will continue to be on the phone's reverse, but it will have three separate lenses for maximum-definition images and videos - including widescreen

Trusted? A spokesperson for Nood told MailOnline: 'We are confident that these our imagery reflects the new iPhone 11 range that will be announced on Tuesday.'

However, in an announcement sent out last week, officials said it will host an event on September 10 at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, during which it is widely expected to unveil the newest iPhone models.

On the invite, Apple teased a five-colored version of its logo, implying the roll out of more colors for its new iPhone models including green, blue, yellow, red, and purple. 

Those colors are expected to be available for its XR models - a step down in price from the current iPhone X, XS, and XS Max.

Major hardware updates for the new devices are speculated to include a new taptic engine which is code named 'leap haptics' that will replace the current models' 3D touch feature

Hint: Earlier this month, Apple teased a five-colored version of its logo, implying the roll out of more colors for its new iPhone models including green, blue, yellow, red, and purple

As standard, Apple's next iPhones will be expensive, but we don't yet know quite how much they will fetch. 

If anything like 2018's iPhone lineup, pricing will likely start around £999 and £1,099 for the XS and XS Max successors, and from £799 for the lesser-specced LCD model. 

Major hardware updates for the new devices are speculated to include a new taptic engine which is code named 'leap haptics' that will replace the current models' 3D touch feature.

It's unclear exactly what the taptic engine will bring to the table feature-wise, but previous reports suggest that it will likely enrich the phone's haptic features - the subtle vibrations that enable pressure-based touch commands. 

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