With the iPhone 6 release just a few weeks away it's fair to say that what it looks like won't really be a surprise anymore.
Taking into account every leak, rumour and picture designer Martin Hajek has used all of this knowledge and turned them into what will be the last defining iPhone 6 concept image.
It takes real-life components from the iPhone 5s and combines them with leaked components including Apple's new curved design for the iPhone 6 even going so far as to include the interior components like the batter and chipboard.
Hajek is obviously hoping that manufacturers or enthusiasts will have real use for them as he's selling the entire lot on Turbosquid.com for $100.
The images really are quite remarkable and certainly combine elements from Apple's new 'Air' design seen on the iPad Air and iPad Mini while still keeping the glass highlights from the iPhone 5 generation.
Apple's new iPhone is expected to launch with a 4.7-inch Retina display reportedly made of sapphire and will be released with iOS 8 out of the box.
It's still far from clear as to what the final design will be but with so many leaks and images it's fair to assume that come September 9, the image that appears on that giant screen won't be a million miles from this.
Which leads to the next question, would you buy one? It's certainly the most drastic design change for the iPhone since Apple moved from the iPhone 3GS to the iPhone 4 and if anything shows a return to the smooth curves that made the original iPhone so iconic.
With the iPad Mini, iPad Air and iPod Touch all featuring this curved design approach it certainly makes sense that Apple moves the iPhone in line.
This new way of thinking might not affect just the iPhone with the current MacBook range featuring a design that has remained relatively unchanged for a number of years.