Yet another render of the next iPhone is doing the rounds today, based on what we think we know about Apple's next handset.
Worked up by Giorgi Tedoradze and highlighted by Phones Review, the concept handset sticks fairly closely to the iPhone 5 template in the design stakes with just a tiny suggestion of HTC's unibody dream, the HTC One.
However, in place of the four-inch screen that features on Apple's current-gen kit, there's a 4.5-inch Retina display that means the handset veers into phablet territory.
To make space for the larger display, which has been rumoured for some time among tech-watchers, there's also a thinner bezel around the screen.
Under the bonnet, the slimmer phone (dimensions are 130mm x 60mm x 7mm) is home to a 12-megapixel iSight camera, with a more powerful A7 processor to keep things ticking over.
As purported component leaks in recent weeks appear to indicate, Tedoradze imagines the iPhone 6 coming in a host of colour options, including white, black, grey, black, blue, purple, red, yellow, green and brown.
Apple is expected to debut its new smartphone challenger in September or October, having showcased the iOS 7 operating system that will power the phone earlier this week.