The report that comes from The Wall Street Journal focuses on Apple's plans to use LCD screens in its new iPhone line-up. This, it says, was a response to fewer OLED iPhone X sales than expected. That was thought to be due to its £999 price, something that's largely because of the OLED display.
As a result the new iPhone X line-up should feature a more budget friendly LCD display model. This has leaked several times before suggesting we can expect that notch-style screen but with a 6.1-inch form and more affordable price.
The second iPhone X should be a refresh on the current model meaning a 5.8-inch OLED notch screen with enhanced processing, charging and camera.
The third model should be the flagship iPhone for 2018 and 2019. This iPhone X Plus will allegedly feature a larger 6.5-inch OLED screen, triple lens camera, faster processing and fast charging as standard.
There have also been rumours of a fourth phone in the form of an affordable and smaller iPhone SE 2 (2018) which could feature an iPhone X style notch screen.
Apple is expected to launch its new iPhone line-up around September.