Reasons Two-Tone iPhone Leaks are Real: 1. Multiple consistent rumors of a 4” 16:9 iPhone. 2. Actual part leaks from various sources, all consistent. (And no, last year’s ‘tear-drop’ iPhone never had part leaks. It was just pure speculation from websites). 3. Dock Connector changing, along with Headphone Jack (Why would you change a trademark Apple port on a fake leak? If anything you would keep it consistent with the current iPhone to make it credible). 4. Why would Apple put out fake leaks? It would only draw attention to the fact a new iPhone is coming, causing Apple to possibly lose sales by people not buying a 4S (Note: You may argue Apple wouldn’t lose sales, they would be delayed. However, if people hate these fake leak’s appearance, they may purchase another smartphone now. Also, people in the market for a new phone may buy an intermediate phone; but, they may never upgrade to the new iPhone because their intermediate phone works fine.) 5. Here’s good one from Apple-nerds and people who are smarter than the average-bear: sites like Daring Fireball or LoopInsight haven’t posted these recent leaks at all (as of 8/27/12). Both sites are well connected to Apple (Apple often confirms things to The Loop). Those sites would never do anything to piss off Apple; they never post negative things. Don’t you find it odd that those well-connected sites that are all about Apple didn’t post a very convincing leak (it would be like MacRumors completely ignoring this current leak). 6. The fact that it looks like a subtle realistic change makes it hard to deny. Every other mockup looks insanely ridiculous. Regardless of what Tim Cook said about secrecy, a product of this size and magnitude will leak (like it has). Edit: Lastly, I want to reiterate something; we never had consistent major part leaks from various sources be fake. To note, the iPhone 4 leaked in January - April of 2010. All were consistent. This Two-Tone iPhone is following the same path.