Apple is reportedly gearing up to release the next iPhone, the iPhone 5, as early as September.
As usual, specific details about what it'll look like and its features are being closely guarded by Jobs and co. but a number of substantial rumours have made their way into the US media.
So without further ado, here's a summary of the rumours currently circling the web:
DigiTimes in Taiwan says the iPhone 5 will have a curved glass screen, similar to Samsung's Nexus S, and says Apple have bought 200-300 glass-cutting machines in preparation.
Earlier this month, Mashable reported on a new Apple patent that adds a secondary display around the main touchscreen, which would offer more controls for the phone and larger display options for app developers to play about with.
Expect 8-megapixels as standard, says Bloomberg, and a dual-LED camera flash according to the folks at Electricpig. The 8MP prediction is one of the strongest, with a number of sources all hedging their bets on it.
Let's face it, the iPhone 4 (pictured) is hardly swamped with buttons but its successor will apparently have even less.
An anonymous Apple source reportedly told the Boy Genius Report that the iPhone 5 won't have a home button in favour of gesture-based commands.
According to Bloomberg, the iPhone 5 will include a A5 processor, the same powerful chip that's in the iPad 2.
It's pretty much a given that the iPhone 5 will connect to iCloud, allowing users to connect it to their Mac and other Apple devices and seamlessly share documents, contacts and pictures between them all.
The Daily Mail claims that Apple will also release a cheaper version of the iPhone 'with the aim of boosting its market share in developing countries'. If so, Google will have some stiff competition for their cheaper-mid-range Android phones and Apple's market share can only be expected to grow.
And if all that's not enough, here's a not-entirely-serious advert that showcases what the phone may, or indeed may not, look like: