To celebrate the fact that it's Tuesday, let's have another iPhone 5 rumour. It must be all of ten minutes since the last one.
This time, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, the latest 'Jesus phone' could end up coming in at 0.44mm thinner than the current 4S model. Apparently, that's if Cupertino decides to switch to in-cell touch panel technology.
So, he reckons that would make the device just 7.9mm thick and would also mean we get a svelter battery indoors as well as a metal back panel round the back rather than glass as we do at the mo.
For those who don't understand how the different in-panel touch technology works, here's how: rather than stacking the touch sensors of the screen on top of each other it combines them into the colour filters of the TFT LCD.
Therefore, a layer of adhesive bites the dust and turns two previous components into one. Kuo reckons it would cut the production time down too from 12-16 days to just 3-5.
We do love these analysts who seem to make a career out of basically guessing. The fact of the matter is, nobody outside Apple and Foxconn (apart from a select few) will know just what the iPhone 5 looks like or even does that's different to the iPhone 4S. And God knows when we'll find out either!
But we hope that a loss of less than half a millimetre from the depth of the phone isn't its number one selling point.