The iPhone 6 has already leaked numerous times in various diagrams and dummy units, and the latest scale model is the most detailed one we've seen to date.
Picked up by French site nowehereelse.fr, the iPhone 6 model matches previous leaks with its rounder iPad-like design and larger all-aluminium body which will make room for a bigger 4.7in screen.
The model also features what appears to be a round, single LED as opposed to the dual two-tone LED present on the iPhone 5s. It's unclear whether or not Apple has managed to incorporate both a white and amber flash inside this single unit, or whether it will use softer to retain colour accuracy when taking photos.
Both the mockup and 3D renders reportedly taken directly from Apple's supply chain show off a side-mounted power button, supporting all previous leaks of a button reshuffle.
While the headphone port remains at the bottom, the iPhone 6 appears to now have single speakers, judging by the location of the micro-drilled speaker holes on the right.
While all the leaks appear to match up, there's still time for Apple to tweak and tinker before the expected September launch date.
Stay tuned for more info, as and when we get it.