WONDERING what Apple's next smartphone might look like? One designer has already visualised the iPhone 11 in a YouTube video.
The concept handset has been created in 3D graphics software, showcasing what a 2019 iPhone could actually look like.
The mastermind behind the work is Antonio de Rosa, an Italian graphics designer.
He reckons the iPhone 11 could come with its own built-in stylus.
The so-called Apple Stylus looks extremely similar to Samsung's S-Pen on the Galaxy Note 9.
This includes the sliding mechanism that lets gadget fans tuck away the Apple Stylus inside the phone.
This mocked-up Apple handset borrows the same all-screen design we've seen on the iPhone X and iPhone XS.
But rather than mounting the selfie cam on a central "notch", de Rosa has shifted it to the top left of the phone – making it look a little less intrusive.
The exterior of the phone is gold, which isn't new to Apple handsets. But it gives the phone an undeniably premium look.
What's particularly interesting is the camera, however.
According to de Rosa, his design features an "AI" (or artificial intelligence) snapper called the Apple Quadra+.
This involves a dual camera system on the back, one of which is comprised of four different lenses.
These four cameras are 12-megapixel wide-angle and telephoto shooters, while the single standalone snapper is a 20-megapixel zoom camera.
It's not clear how the "AI" aspect of the camera works, but it would probably involve depth-of-field and filter effects – like the current iPhone XS offers.
Of course, Apple hasn't actually announced an iPhone 11, and a phone with that name may never be released.
But Apple did just show off three new handsets: the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR.
The trio rank as Apple's most expensive phones of all time, ranging from £749 to £1,449.
Apple's next iPhone is likely a whole year away – the company typically launches new mobiles each September.
So if you're eager for yet another new iPhone, you've got quite the wait ahead of you.
What would you like to see from Apple's next iPhone? Let us know in the comments!