Rumour control; these are the facts.
Most new handset releases have their fair share of leaks these days but none more so than Apple's iPhone. Such is the demand for any scrap of new information about the next iOS device that every leaked document is pored over, turned inside out and then checked once again.
And oftentimes this bears fruit. A phone repair company called Geekbar has been taking a look at the supposed schematics for the iPhone 6, specifically those around the storage options. And it seems they've stumbled onto a listing for a 128GB version of the next generation handset.
That would mark the first time that an Apple handset had such ample storage, though some of their recent tablets have included it. And there's also a strange omission, with no listing for the 32GB flavour of the phone.
This is all far from final but so far it seems like the iPhone 6 launch is going to be the biggest change up for Apple in years.
Expect more next on the iPhone 6 in September 2014.