The iPhone 7 is only about three months away, and while it's rumoured that it won't look much different from the iPhone 6S, there will be some subtle changes. To give us some idea at what to expect, a Dutch designer has knocked up some 3D images of how he imagines it'll look.
Martin Hajek based his designs for the phone on the rumours doing the rounds online. As such, they don't drastically different from the current iPhone 6S, bar a fetching purple case. But there are some tweaks.
For starters, the renders show a dual-lens camera, which has been much rumoured, though only for the iPhone 7 Plus. It should give the handset a better zoom, greater exposure, more depth and enhanced focus.
Last time around, Apple reserved optical image stabilisation technology for the Plus version of the iPhone 6S so it's no stranger to giving its bigger phones a better camera.
The designs also have less prominent antenna bands, once again in keeping with speculation in the technology press. This is a purely cosmetic change, and will make for a cleaner, simpler look.
There's also no headphone port. But there is a series of small dots at the base of the handset.
It's thought this will be a smart connector used for attaching accessories, much like the one built into the iPad Pro.
All eyes are on September for the next iPhone. As these images show, it probably won't be a huge step on, design-wise. For that, we'll have to wait for the iPhone 8.