Apple officially confirmed the announcement date for new iPhones on Thursday.
The tech giant sent out press invitations for an event at its Cupertino campus that will surely show what the future holds for its smartphone line.
Apple is expected to debut multiple new iPhone models this month; one is rumoured to be a direct successor to the current iPhone X that will feature faster internals and a refined camera system.
But the trillion-dollar company has also been said to be planning the release of a larger iPhone X model that could tout a monstrous 6.5-inch OLED display.
And it appears Apple fans have just been given their best look at the new hardware ahead of its presumed announcement.
An image obtained by 9to5Mac shows two new iPhone X models in a new gold finish.
Such a colour option had previously been suggested from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo back in July.
One device is noticeably bigger than the other, adding credence to rumours Apple is planning to bring a larger iPhone X to the table.
The publication emphasised the picture shown was not a mockup and hinted it was instead officially marketing material from Apple itself.
Now the tech giant has officially confirmed the date fans can look forward to seeing the new models, fans will not have to wait long to see if the image from the outlet is legitimate.
In addition to two new iPhone X models, speculation has also pointed towards Apple showing off a third device that could be a cheaper iPhone model that will forgo some premium features but present customers with a cheaper price tag.
It has been suggested the hardware could feature an LCD panel instead of the OLED currently present in the iPhone X.
And, if alleged prototypes of the device shown off by renowned YouTuber Marques Brownlee are to be believed, the phone could also boast only one camera sensor on its rear.
However, the cheaper iPhone is expected to retain the all-screen design of the current iPhone X, meaning the phone will have minimal bezels, a notch at the top and Face ID functionality.
The budget device has also been said to be available in myriad colour varieties.
Japanese publication Macotakara previously insisted the hardware will sell in white, black, flash yellow, bright orange, electric blue and taupe options.
Rumours have been swirling around forthcoming iPhone models for months, but Apple fans will not have to wait long for the tech giant to confirm what it has in store.
Apple will have a keynote on September 12 where it is presumed to make multiple hardware announcements.
Express.co.uk will be covering the exhibition live.