Let’s face it, this is probably what the iPhone 8 will look like.
The latest leak reveals the long-rumoured edge-to-edge display with its trademark notch in the bezel, which will purportedly house proximity sensors, dual front-facing cameras, a speaker and 3D infrared sensor for face unlocking.
Apple is widely-tipped to use a 5.8-inch OLED display on the next-generation iPhone.
The new flagship smartphone will mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone range and is expected to cost significantly more than previous models, with some estimates running as high as $1,200.
The latest leaked image comes courtesy of renown tipster Evan Blass, who operates the Twitter account @evleaks.
Blass has previously shared a slew of accurate leaks, revealing the Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy S8, and plenty more, well before their respective announcements.
Apple pundit Mark Gurman – who is famous for his sources inside Cupertino – described the latest leak as “a good look at the notch” in the display of the upcoming iPhone.
The leaked image shows the iPhone 8 framed inside a chunky protective case from Urban Armor Gear.
The company makes a very similar case for existing iPhone models, including the iPhone 7.
Some have speculated the March date on iPhone display in the photo could be an indication that this render is outdated and not a representation of the final design.
Apple typically launches its new iPhone models in mid-September.
As the date approaches, rumours around the unannounced smartphone have started to coalesce.
It looks like Apple will launch three new iPhone models this year – iPhone 7S, iPhone 7S, and an all-new anniversary model, dubbed iPhone 8.
iPhone 7S and 7S Plus will be iterative updates, with only modest changes, including wireless charging, improved cameras, faster processor and a new rear panel design, made from a single sheet of glass.
iPhone 8 – also rumoured to be marketed as iPhone Pro or iPhone X – will introduce the new edge-to-edge OLED display.
It also looks set to drop the physical Home Button and swap the Touch ID fingerprint recognition system in favour of face scanning, which some sources believe is faster and more secure than the former.
Previous rumours suggest the iPhone 8 will include OIS, Optical Image Stabilisation, for both lens used in the rear dual-camera set-up – something missing from the telephoto lens in the iPhone 7 Plus.
It is also expected to ship with True Tone, a technology that Apple debuted with its 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and ProMotion, which launched this year with the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
However, this cutting-edge technology is unlikely to come cheap, with many analysts and Apple watchers predicting a price tag over $1,000 for the iPhone 8.
Supplies are also likely to be contained on this 10th anniversary phone, with shipping dates expected to quickly slip into late October or November.