The blurry shot above comes via Cult of Mac, and would suggest that the next iPhone will come with both white and 16GB options, with the official part number MD239F/A. Meanwhile, 9to5Mac reckons the device will come with a dual-core A5 processor.
Could the image above be fake? It wouldn't be a tough Photoshop, though we've already heard whispers that the next iPhone would be a minor upgrade, likely to pack the same basic design as the current iPhone 4, but possibly with a more powerful processor. After such a long wait, we don't mind admitting we'd be a little peeved if that was the case.
Absolutely nothing about the next iPhone is official at this point, so it's best to take everything you read for now with a spoonful of salt. That said, there are two persistent rumours we've been hearing over the last few months.
One is that we'll be looking at a minor upgrade titled the iPhone 4S, and the second is that the new iPhone will be called the iPhone 5, and will feature a tapered back, more powerful camera and a wider display. In short, it'll be a significant step up from the current iPhone 4.
Which is more likely to be true? Well, why not both? It's possible that Apple will announce two new iPhone models on 4 October, though that's never been the company's style before.
Image credit: Cult of Mac