We may be on the verge of a major break from the past in iPhone design, with reports suggesting that Apple will abandon the traditional top-and-bottom display bezel design with this fall's iPhone launch. But that doesn't mean that Apple is ignoring the affinity of many buyers for the classic iPhone design. Far from it: the Cupertino, Calif.-based company not only continues to sell the past three generations of standard-design iPhones, but Apple this week is also debuting a new special edition of the latest top-and-bottom bezel model (the iPhone 8). In short: you've still got plenty of options for getting an iPhone with that familiar look. In the following slides, we've rounded up all of the iPhones that Apple is currently selling and ranked them by price, from least- to most-expensive.