And lo, with five months still to go until D-Day the pitter-patter of iPhone 7 leaks is fast becoming a deluge.
Yesterday, in conjunction with @OnLeaks, AKA Steve Hemmerstoffer of Nowwhereelse.fr, we brought you exclusive blueprints of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Today, we’ve taken the blueprints you've already seen and a load you haven't and combined them to create a video that gives you an even better look at Apple’s next-generation smartphones. Take a tour and tell us what you think in the commments section below.
As noted, the designs, which date from January and so may differ from the final product, seem to confirm that Apple is ditching a trad-dad headphone jack.
The upshot is that owners will either have to invest in wireless headphones or use earbuds that plug in via the iPhone’s Lightning Dock connector.
The more eagle-eyed among you may also notice that the larger iPhone 7 Plus features a superior dual-lens camera, but that if you plump for the standard-sized model you'll have to make do with a single-lens camera.
The higher-end Plus version, which some analysts predict could actually be titled the iPhone 7 Pro, also features a Smart Connector port.
In keeping with long-standing rumours, this could mean it will be compatible with the Smart Keyboard physical keyboard add-on that debuted with the iPad Pro.
It’s also thought that Apple will bring to market a range of dedicated Smart Connector accessories specifically for the iPhone 7 Plus.
Although there are no antenna bands visible in the clip across the rear of the phone, we’re assured that you will be able to see them on the edges. As for those ugly lines that cross the back of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s? They’re gone for good.
Dimensions are unchanged from last year’s models. That means the iPhone 7 comes in at 138.30x67.12x7.1mm, while the iPhone Plus bulks out a bit at 158.22x77.94x7.3mm.