We're just hours away from the iPhone SE launch, but we're already looking months ahead to the arrival of the iPhone 7 in September.
That's because a possible case for the iPhone 7 has just leaked, along with one for the iPhone SE.
They come courtesy of notorious Apple leaker Sonny Dickson, who sent both to Unbox Therapy. The cases are supposedly "fabricated in advance based on mock-ups of upcoming devices".
In other words, they're based on a spec sheet that could well change, so take both with a hefty pinch of salt.
The iPhone 7 case has a much larger hole for the main camera, suggesting Apple has upgraded the snapper for the iPhone 7.
It also has a redesigned earphone hole – as it stands, it won't take a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.
That suggests the rumours are right, and Apple is planning on not letting you use standard headphones with the iPhone 7. Instead you'll likely have to invest in Wi-Fi enabled ones.
If the iPhone SE case is on the money, it will indeed be a 4-inch iPhone, the same size as the iPhone 5 and 5S.
But with some subtle differences – the volume buttons will be in a slightly different position, for one. It will also have a slightly different curve.
We'll find out for sure this evening.