Since 2012, Apple has consistently released new iPhones in early September, and this year should be no different.
According to Forbes, the highest-end iPhone X Plus model might get a triple-lens array, as opposed to a dual-camera solution.
The 2018 iPhones could be called the iPhone 11, iPhone X Plus, or the iPhone X2, but we'll probably never see an "iPhone 9."
Various rumors agree that there will be least one lower-cost iPhone with a 6.1-inch LCD screen in the 2018 lineup.
Case maker Olixar produced a prototype case for the "iPhone SE 2018" ...
Ming-Chi Kuo thinks Apple will apply facial recognition across the 2018 lineup, completely omitting the need for Touch ID.
Kuo also predicts that the 2018 iPhone X and iPhone X Plus will come in gold, black and white...
... and that the 6.1-inch iPhone, to replace the iPhone 8, will come in gray, white blue, red and -- most surprisingly -- orange.
Other rumors go a little further with the new colors, adding pink and yellow to the list.
This new variation of colors would mimic the lower-end iPhone 5C series, which is known for having a rainbow of color choices.
In terms of pricing, there are rumors on both sides of the spectrum.