How's that iPhone 6 holding up? Any hint of a bend yet? Battery starting to wane?
Or perhaps you're here because the thought of a new Apple-branded gadget gives you that indescribable little lift that so much of the world seems addicted to?
Either way, we're afraid the latest shots of the successor to Apple's iPhone 6 aren't about to blow you away.
Published by Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac - the de facto source of all Apple flavoured rumours - the images have been supplied by a trusted leak within Apple's supply chain.
Given the near-identical proportions to the iPhone 6, it all but confirms (if the shots are genuine) that the next phone will be the iPhone 6S.
While you might have been hoping for an altogether more impressive iPhone 7, the 6S will bring changes to the tech contained within the familiar shell, further hinted by the new anchoring points present within the case.
The camera, connectors and speakers line up with the current iPhone 6, with the major changes predicted to arrive in the form of a 'Force Touch' screen, which will give users the same haptic feedback (small vibrations) as the Apple Watch currently sports.
We'll bring you more iPhone rumours as soon as someone in the supply chain decides to let another pip slip.