We've already seen numerous iPhone 6 dummy units based on leaked drawings and blueprints crop up online, and now we've seen the most realistic reproduction yet.
Published by Italian site Macitynet, the iPhone 6 model resembles a curvier iPhone 5s, albeit one that's been stretched out with a rolling pin.
It appears to be noticeably taller and thinner, which is unsurprising given that it has to accommodate a larger 4.7in display.
Compared to the current iPhone 5s, the iPhone 6 model is substantially longer, which might pose a few problems for small-handed gadgeteers.
The model matches up with previous leaks in that it features a side-mounted power button, while the volume buttons remain on the left hand side.
It's still smaller than the Galaxy S5 though, and its rounded corners look like they'll sit in the hands more comfortably.
The rear of the model confirms previous rumours of an all-aluminium build, though we're not sure about the camera flash. It looks like a standard single LED affair as opposed to the iPhone 5s' dual-tone offering.
We can't imagine Apple taking a step backwards with the camera flash, but as the rest of the model matches up with everything we've so far, things are a bit murky at this stage.
Stay tuned for more iPhone 6 info, as and when we get it.