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Now that it’s nearly September, the iPhone 7 rumors are getting even louder, since its expected unveiling (rumored to be September 7) is right around the corner. To help keep track of all the scuttlebutt, we’re collecting every rumor we’ve heard so far—and every new one that crops up between now and the day Tim pulls the new iPhone out of his pocket. Then we’ll assess whether each rumor seems legit or absurd, and we’d love to hear your thoughts, too. Sound off in the comments.

What’s the latest?

The rumor: The latest rumor to surface is actually in video form. Two videos were posted on a U.K. YouTube site earlier this week claiming to depict leaked prototypes of both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The videos seem to corroborate earlier rumors—for example, we see both iPhone models with a near-identical look as the current generation, but with only a Lighting port, redesigned antenna lines, dual speakers, and no Smart Connector in sight. In addition, the iPhone 7 Plus sports a dual camera. The video quotes recent rumors that the Home button won’t be “press-able,” but we don’t get to see that in the video, which were posted on SlashGear.

Plausible? If these prototypes prove to be legit, it would be one of the biggest leaks in recent iPhone history. However, there is some doubt as to the authenticity of these leaks. For an alleged hands-on, the videos don’t reveal any new information about the iPhone 7 models. Most of the commentary is taken from previous rumors. For example, there is no testing of the Home button to see whether it will be flat or not, which seems like a very blatant missed opportunity.

Furthermore, the second video shows an iPhone 7 getting doused with water, yet no mention of any water-resistance or waterproof features. The fact that the video-makers don’t seem to be in a position to make any new claims makes us skeptical.

What about an iPhone 7 Pro?

The rumor: “Reliable sources” have confirmed to Japanese tech site Mac Otakara that next month’s iPhone models will be called iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Hence, this rumor contradicts previous reports that Apple will release three new models this year. Earlier rumors suggested that Apple would introduce a higher-tier Pro version that would feature a Smart Connector and an even better camera. This rumor was also picked up by MacRumors.

Plausible? Apple has chosen to stay with the status quo when it comes to the two-model launch strategy. However disappointing, this rumor may be accurate considering that we’ve already heard the iPhone-maker is waiting until 2017 to break from the norm and release a radically-new smartphone.

What do these internal docs confirm?

The rumor: With just over a month to go before the iPhone 7 is set to ship, production is ramping up for Apple’s upcoming smartphone. And new leaked documents from the production supply chain seem to confirm what we’ve speculated all along. In terms of hardware, the iPhone 7 will be near-identical to the iPhone 6s, except it will have a redesigned antenna lines, better alignment of the dual-camera, no headphone jack, and a second speaker. The internal documentation was first published by NowhereElse and reported by BGR.

Plausible? The fact that we’ve heard about all these minor changes before, and that they keep surfacing like whack-a-mole seems to suggest that the iPhone 7 is not going to be anywhere close to a mystery when Apple unveils it next month. All the changes that were outlined in the internal docs were also corroborated by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman last week, adding credibility to the leaks. The only thing left to decipher is whether the iPhone 7 Plus will sport any major difference, or if we’re going to get a third iPhone 7 Pro.

Mark your calendar for Sept. 7?

The rumor: The iPhone 7 will be announced at a Sept. 7 event, Bloomberg reports. Fitting, no? Apple usually schedules its events on Tuesdays, but given that Labor Day this year falls on Monday, Sept. 5, a Wednesday announcement would make sense.

Plausible? Absolutely. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman (formerly of 9to5Mac) is normally spot on about event dates. We’ve also heard that Apple plans to start selling the new iPhone on Sept. 16, so a Sept. 7 event gives the company a healthy window between announcement and launch.

Mark your calendars: Sept. 16

The rumor: The iPhone 7 (and variations on that model) are reportedly hitting store shelves on Sept. 16, according to noted leaker Evan Blass. That’s a little earlier than iPhones typically debut in September—last year, the iPhone 6s went on sale on Sept. 25. This would also push the iPhone event to earlier in September, or perhaps late August, if the standard two-week window between announcement and retail launch holds this year.

Plausible? It’s possible that Apple will announce the new iPhones the first week of September, with preorders opening that week, too. Blass has a strong track record with device announcements, though typically of the Android variety. As9to5Mac notes, Blass last year reported that the 6s, 6s Plus, and SE would launch at the same time. The SE wasn’t released until this year. It would be more likely for Apple to open preorders on Sept. 16, but we’ll know soon enough.