With the iPhone 7 heading our way in September 2016, it's been rumour ahoy about what it will look like, what improvements will be made and why it'll be better than the already-pretty-good iPhone 6s.
And whilst we're still caught up on this whole 'wtf it's not gonna have a headphone hole?' debacle, the world of technology has turned its attention to the actual phone hardwear, which will reportedly be made fully of glass.
Wait, what? What about the metal casing? And the ROSE GOLD? According to tech guy and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo: "If iPhone 7 still uses an aluminum casing in 2016, it will be the fifth year in a row that iPhone has done so, which means there is no longer a feeling of freshness to appeal to consumers."
Another change Apple will reportedly be bringing in - amongst the wireless charging and a 'sensor' home button rather than the one the models have now - is to waterproof the phone all together, which would be a total REVOLUTION.
Think of all the phones we could've saved from flushing down the loo, dropping in a puddle or water damaging in the bathroom. AGH.
Whether or not these rumours are true are up for debate until release date in September, but one things for sure? We want one like now, please.