That's according to the folks at AllThingsD. If they're right -- and they usually are -- we'll get our first look at the next generation of iPhone in less than a fortnight.
There have been conflicting dates bandied about, but this does tie in with the 15 October date that the phone will hit the street, as bandied by the boss of Orange. If we're totally wrong on this particular piece of bandying, the offending mobile phone editor will be ejected from the newsdesk and melted down for parts, never to bandy again.
Concrete details on the new iPhone will be finally revealed, after months of speculation and unconfirmed leaks. Word on the street has hinted at dual-core processors, an 8-megapixel camera and a bigger screen.
The rumours and hype and the long wait have made the iPhone 5 the most hotly anticipated gadget on the block. It's the most searched-for product bringing people to this 'ere website and even in the absence of Steve Jobs could be the most-watched technology launch, like, ever.
The launch will also be watched closely by Apple's deadliest rival Samsung. The two companies are locked in legal combat, and Samsung is reported to be readying an offensive that will specifically target the iPhone 5.