Do you hear that? It's Steve Jobs screaming.
Gizmodo has shots and specs of what's apparently iPhone's fourth generation.
The handset's next iteration has a new design and a front-facing camera.
The screen also seems to have a higher resolution then the current model, iPhone 3GS. It has a 16 percent increase in battery life.
The site didn't, however, have the phone up and running, as it's claimed Apple remotely killed the ability to use it when it was found in a bar in Redwood City, California.
One analyst has said the company had recently lost a prototype iPhone recently: this is most likely it.
A more formal announcement of iPhone 4 would most likely come during the company's Worldwide Developer's Conference some time in June.