Hacker News is reporting that Apple is working on a new smartphone that will sport a thinner, lighter iPhone 6.

A leak from an unidentified source says that the iPhone will feature a 3.7-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

A new camera module is also rumored to be in the handset, according to the report.

The iPhone 6 is rumored to feature a larger battery than the iPhone 5s and will have a larger 4G LTE modem than the 5s, as well as a larger bezel on the front of the device, and a fingerprint scanner.

The report also says that Apple may be using a larger antenna for the new phone.

A few weeks ago, we noted that a leaked photo of an iPhone 6 was an attempt to confirm rumors that the phone would have a smaller battery.

The leaked photo, which appeared on a Chinese forum, shows the phone with the antenna on the back.

Apple has not officially confirmed or denied that the leak is real.

The leaked photo is actually a mockup of the phone, and not a real product.

The photo appears to have been taken in late October, but it’s unclear if the device is still in production or if it’s a prototype.

We’ve reached out to Apple for comment and will update if we hear back.