Apple's new iPhone will reportedly have bigger camera bump than ever

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Leaked images suggest the new iPhone will have a bigger camera bump than ever.

According to the website Slashleaks, the bumps resemble a “stovetop” simialr to what one often sees on a ktichen stove, and will house three cameras plus an LED flash.

The potential design is causing controversy, with some Apple fans decrying the design.

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