Feast your eyes on the image above, which is reportedly the first real glimpse at the new 4.7-inch iPhone 6 hanging out next to the even bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 you've been dreaming of.
MacRumors reported Saturday that clearer images of a purported iPhone 6 turned up on Twitter over the weekend, showing a well-lit and in focus look at the two rumored sizes for Apple's next handsets.
The images come straight from frequent leaker Sonny Dickson, although as always it's unclear if these are actual shots of real product (doubtful, given the complete lack of Apple branding on the back, see below) or another version of the dummy units that have been making the rounds lately.
One thing's for sure, the device clearly appears in both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch versions, suggesting the so-called iPhone "phablet" could finally be on deck for release later this year.
In a separate report Monday, GforGames again chimed in on last week's iPhone 6 leak involving Taiwanese star Jimmy Lin, claiming the image of the race car driver holding what appeared to be Apple's latest smartphone was indeed "pretty much genuine."
Perhaps more tantalizing is the same report's claim the iPhone 6 will include "a QHD display," suggesting Apple plans to make the leap from Retina Display to full 2K resolution, following the footsteps of Android handset makers such as LG — although the report wasn't sure which rumored iPhone 6 model might actually be getting painted with the QHD brush.
Then again, the QHD tidbit comes from the same source (reportedly an "Apple employee" in Hong Kong) as the Jimmy Lin confirmation, so we won't take it as gospel until Apple pulls one out on stage...