iPhone 7 rumours are swirling around - fast.
As Forbes originally reported, a leak on Chinese social media site Weibo suggested that Apple are toying with several major design changes.
And while the experts think it seems unlikely that Apple will implement all of them at once, it's always useful to know what could be on its way.
Here are some of the biggest rumours...
The leak suggests that Apple could be moving to get rid of its lightning port charger and switch to a USB charger, the kind you use for a Macbook, instead. HighSnobiety reports that Android phones are headed USB-wards in 2016, too, which means there may be a one-size-fits-all smartphone charger.
Speaks for itself. No word yet on whether this would be compatible with current wireless charging docks.
Two and three finger movements could be introduced to the iPhone 7, in addition to the 3D touch capabilities of the latest iPhone model.
Wave bye bye to the space-stealing home button, because Apple have reportedly patented fingerprint recognition technology within the phone's screen. So, you can mark this change as highly probable.
By improving the rear camera with dual camera functionality, the iPhone 7 would have optical zoom.
Forbes also reports that the 3.5mm headphone jack could be going. Why? To make the iPhone 7 thinner than any other iPhone, of course. It might as well be a wafer-thin sheet of paper if you can't listen to music or cry-laugh to YouTube videos of 'cats doing the craziest things' during your commute.
If such a radical design change does go ahead, they'll have to introduce iPhone-compatible 'lightning headphones' that connect to the lightning port - or if they do away with the lightning port, go fully wireless.