There's no shortage of iPhone 6 images doing the rounds, but a new set has emerged showing various components and giving us one of our clearest looks yet at Apple's new hardware.
The images, posted to Chinese site WeiFeng, don't really show anything new, but they give us a clear look at what we've seen before and really highlight just how thin the iPhone 6 is likely to be, with rumours pegging the 4.7-inch model at 7mm thick and the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6L at just 6.7mm.
Other details seem to match what we've seen before too, with cut outs for the volume rocker, the power button, a switch to mute the phone and a SIM card slot along the edges and a headphone and Lightning port on the bottom, alongside a microphone and the redesigned speakers.
Round is the new flat
Rounded edges replace the flat edges of old. The only thing breaking up the metal of the body are a few plastic strips, which likely house the antenna.
They've been present on every recent leak, but there have been suggestions that the final handset might replace them with glass strips, which would certainly look better.
We might have to wait till the iPhone 6 is announced to know for sure whether we're getting plastic or glass, but the wait shouldn't be long, as Apple's holding a launch event on September 9.