It's uncertain whether the image is the real thing, but many Apple watchers expect the company to reveal a "budget" iPhone in the fall.
Although the images posted to a WeiPhone user forum don't show the processor, a smaller SIM card slot appears -- perhaps the new nano-SIM?
Purported shots of Apple's yet-to-be-announced 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro show few changes from its larger sibling.
The rumoured cheaper iPhone could be called the iPhone 5C to distinguish it from the hotly-tipped iPhone 5S.
In the works, perhaps: a new iMac with a redesigned body sporting a thinner profile, according to a poster on a WeiPhone user forum.
Blurry images of logic board show internal chipset but no processor, while a single photo purportedly shows the sync cable for the much-rumored, smaller USB docking port.
Both devices missing from a purported full list of developer releases for Apple's next-generation mobile OS.
A Chinese forum claims to have a photo from a U.S.-based Apple employee who purportedly snapped an image of the device's specs.
Spec sheet sent anonymously to 9to5Mac describes a new model that is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, as well as sporting a higher resolution screen.
A new rumor out of China claims to expose the hardware configuration of Apple's yet to be released new iPhone.