Though Apple's 2017 roundup of iPhones did give us three distinct models, only one of them - the iPhone X - came with a design refresh, whereas the other two, the 8 and the 8 Plus, maintained the traditional, bezel-heavy iOS device look, complete with home button.
This is set to change, however, as all three iPhones coming later this year are rumored to be minimal-bezel, notched affairs.
One of these will be the direct successor of last year's iPhone X with a 5.8" screen, one will be a new, larger 'plus'-sized variant sporting a 6.5" display, and to round this off, Apple will also reportedly introduce a lower-end, relatively cheaper iPhone X with an 6.1" LCD screen and a single rear-camera sensor (unlike the dual-camera setup on the other two models).
Of these, today has seen the leak of dummy models of the reported iPhone X 'Plus' and the lower-end LCD screen-toting variant, courtesy of Apple device leaker Ben Geskin.
A glance at these doesn't reveal anything that would surprising, but it does indicate that we've moved ahead into the next phase of the speculation cycle, where we start seeing leaks that serve to validate prior rumors, until all that remains to be seen is the announcement event itself, expected to take place this September.
As always, this is a leak and not an official release. Bear in mind that things could - however unlikely it may seem - be different with the actual product, so a pinch of salt is in order.