Apple is set to announce the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus later today, but there’s still time left for one more big leak. This morning a fresh batch of images shared on Imgur appear to show the rumored glossy black new iPhone color along with a few other rumored upgrades.

The iPhone 7 is actually expected to come in two new color options. There’s a dark gray/black version rumored to replace the current space gray design, but there’s also the glossy “Piano Black” variant allegedly inspired by the Mac Pro’s exterior. The new leak appears to show the Piano Black iPhone 7, which is so dark the Apple logo is almost entirely invisible. Rumor has it the glossy black iPhone could be extremely limited at launch, and might only be available for the most expensive storage options.

Beyond new colors, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are also expected to feature a water-resistant design with the same IPX7 rating as the Apple Watch. To pull that off the company redesigned its SIM tray, adding a rubber gasket to the metal tray to keep water from seeping in.

Finally, the new photos offer a close-up look at the iPhone 7 flash module, which might actually be a pretty big upgrade over the iPhone 6s flash. Apple apparently packed four LEDs into the new True Tone Flash, up from two LEDs on the iPhone 6s.

Other rumored changes to the iPhone design include the missing headphone jack, a new 3D Touch Home Button, a faster A10 processor, bigger batteries, and better storage options starting at 32GB and going all the way up to 256GB. Apple is set to unveil the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at an event today starting at 10 a.m. Pacific (1 p.m. Eastern) and we’ll be covering the entire thing live.