Apple's next iPhone, also referred to as the iPhone 7, might still be more than three months away, but that hasn't stopped the online rumour mill churning out speculation about the incoming handset.
Many of the features are likely to remain unchanged. The iPhone 7 is tipped to feature the same design and screen resolution as last year's model, but speculation suggests that Apple could have some interesting new stuff up its sleeve.
We've rounded up seven of the best iPhone 7 rumours below.
It will be released on 25 September
The latest iPhone 7 rumour to emerge comes via a leaked Vodafone memo which reveals that it will go on sale on 25 September.
It also says that pre-orders will begin a week earlier on 18 September, but no pricing details were mentioned.
There's also talk that Apple might launch a smaller 4in version, but we'd take this with a pinch of salt.
It has been reported by Daring Fireball's John Gruber that the next iPhone will have "the biggest camera jump ever", featuring a two-lens system which apparently brings it up to digital SLR quality. He suggested that Apple might opt for Sony's new 21MP image sensor, the Exmor RS.
Weight has been further added to this rumour with Apple's acquisition of LinX, a firm that specialises in high-end smartphone camera tech.
There's talk that the display on the iPhone 7 could be the first to support Force Touch, which will replace some of the current long press and hold functionality on current iPhones.
First introduced on Apple's 12in MacBook, Force Touch enables a touch-sensitive surface to register degrees of pressure as well as movement. This feature will reportedly debut in iOS 9 at Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference next week.
Following in the footsteps of the Apple Watch, the next iPhone might be the first to come with wireless charging support.
This rumour was fuelled by a job listing at Apple showing that the firm is on the hunt for a Santa Clara-based senior wireless charging design engineer.
Improved battery life
The iPhone 7 will apparently have a longer battery life than last year's iPhone 6. It's unclear yet exactly how much better this will be.
It will be available in pink
Our favourite iPhone 7 rumour is that it will be available in pink, alongside the usual silver, space grey and gold options. This rumour came via The Wall Street Journal, but we'd be very surprised if it was true.
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