Apple is reportedly manufacturing the 2017 iPhones as we speak, including the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and iPhone 8, which must mean we should see more real-life photos leak ahead of the expected mid-September launch. Over the weekend we saw pictures of the iPhone 7s Plus that seem to confirm a major new feature, and now we have a new iPhone 8 leak that confirms Apple’s design once and for all.

First posted on Weibo, these images show the entire screen assembly of the iPhone 8. This is not a render, but a real-life picture of a component that someone actually made. Considering that it’s coming from Asia, it could always be a fake. But it also could be the real thing — the iPhone 8’s entire screen assembly. That includes the Samsung made-OLED screen, the digitizer, and the glass covering it.

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The images indicate that the iPhone 8 has an edge-to-edge design, with minimal bezels except for the top where there’s a pretty noticeable “notch” that incorporates all the front-facing cameras, sensors, and speaker. There’s no home button, just as expected. The region where a home button would be placed has additional hardware components on the back, but it’s unclear what these are.

Image Source: Weibo

The component looks exactly like we expect it to, especially considering that Apple confirmed this design with the HomePod software leak.

The iPhone 8 is expected to be unveiled in mid-September, and the phone should launch by the end of next month, just in time for limited iPhone 8 sales to be included in Apple’s earnings results for this quarter. That means we’ll see plenty of similar leaks the closer we get to Apple’s soon-to-be-announced iPhone media event.