The iPhone 9 will slot in between the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X in specs.
A video has leaked, reportedly showcasing three new iPhones set to launch next month.
Two successors to the iPhone X have already been well-rumoured, but it looks as though the third device to launch in September could be the iPhone 9, albeit with a bigger screen than 2017's iPhone X.
The video, released by YouTuber and iPhone tipster DetroitBORG, reveals that all three models are likely to scrap TouchID for FaceID - a significant step for Apple. The designs are pretty consistent across all three, although they look to have a thinner bezel than last year's launch.
The iPhone X successors will see a slight jump in features, including Apple's A12 chip. They'll keep the same edge-to-edge display, with the iPhone X keeping the same 5.8in design, and a new, larger iPhone X Plus jumping up to a 6.5in display.
The lower-end iPhone 9's display may be larger than the standard iPhone X's at 6.1in, but it'll use an LCD panel rather than OLED. Apple has seemingly only packed in a single lens camera and there's also a bit of a design reversal, with an aluminium rather than stainless steel finish.
Although we haven't heard much about an iPhone 9 launching (rather rumours suggest it'll be a budget iPhone X), the features of this leaked device would seemingly fit in line with an upgrade to the iPhone 8 rather than providing an alternative in feature set to last year's iPhone X.