The next iPhone - or iPhones - will be big and pack a dual-camera design. 

Apple is rumoured to be working on three new iPhone models for 2017, which happens to be the phone's 10th anniversary. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities (via Apple Insider), two of those phones will be 5.5-inch models with dual-lens cameras. Also, one of the phones will be a redesigned OLED version, while the other will simply have a LCD display.

Kuo forecasted that between 65 and 75 percent of new iPhones shipped next autumn will boast "dual-camera displays". Keep in mind he has said previously that the two-camera system would be an exclusive feature for iPhone Plus models. As for that third phone, it will have a 4.7-inch form factor and an LCD display, but it won't launch with a dual-lens camera design. 

Other features rumoured for the next iPhone include a glass back, a curved screen, and a Touch ID sensor built into the display. Check out Pocket-lint's rumour round-up for more details on what the phone could feature.