Although we’re not expecting the iPhone 6 to arrive until much later in the year, one case manufacturer is looking to get a headstart on the competition, having already produced accessories for the upcoming Apple phone.
It isn’t clear if the case pictured has been manufactured with guidance from Apple, or if the manufacturer is merely following the trend of recent rumours surrounding the iPhone 6 - but either way, they provide another clear indication of what the handset might look like.
Tallying with the rumour mills, the case features slightly more curved edges - like the iPhone 5c - a larger screen, which is expected to measure 4.7 inches, and a power button on the right edge instead of the top.
Moving the button makes sense, given top-mounted power buttons on phones larger than the 4-inch iPhone 5s can be difficult to reach, as we found with the HTC One (M8).
We expect to see a flurry of rumours and leaks to appear online as the iPhone 6 draws closer. Its iOS 8 operating system is tipped to be shown off at the WWDC developer event in San Francisco on 2 June, before Apple announcing the phone itself in either September or October.