Even though the iPhone 7 isn’t expected to be coming our way until September 2016, it hasn’t deterred the rumour mills from constantly churning out details.

There have also been image leaks giving fans a glimpse into what features the device could possibly bring with it. And now a report on  a Japanese website Mac Otakara suggests that the image claimed to be that of the iPhone 7 and renderings from from Apple manufacturer Catcher Technology, supposedly featuring the smartphone’s design that surfaced last month, could well be the “the real thing.” The site suggests that “the possibility is great” that image sourced from the Apple manufacturer could well be the real deal.

The image features a dual camera arrangement and a Smart Connector, which according to the site could be employed for a Smart Keyboard on the iPhone. As noted by Apple Insider, the report reiterates that the iPhone 7 would be ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack and suggests that the device could be shipped with a pair of Bluetooth EarPods that will “pair and charge” through the Lightning port.

Earlier reports have also predicted that the iPhone 7 would come with cable Earpods which would connect through the all-in-one lightening connector, while wireless Beats earbuds would be sold separately. Coming months should bring more details to ascertain what exactly will fans find in the box.

The Mac Otakara report suggested that the iPhone could be equipped with the True Tone display technology as seen on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The smaller iPad Pro display is said to possess one of the best screens around and if that does carry forward with the iPhone 7, then it could be giving stiff competition to devices such as the Galaxy S7, in terms of the display. Reportedly, the iPhone 7 line will be very similar to the iPhone 6s series in terms of its size. The iPhone models will be following their predecessors and sport 4.7- and 5.5-inch displays. The area around the display is also expected to remain the same.

Keep watching this space for more updates and rumours on the iPhone 7.