Right now, the iPhone 5 comes in white-and-silver and black-and-slate. When the iPhone 5S debuts on September 10th, there’s every reason to believe that Apple will supplement the traditional two color choices with a third option, a golden color (champagne gold, rather than ingot).
Is that it, though? Not according to new leaked images suggesting that the iPhone 5S will actually come in four colors. The last one? Graphite.
Over on his blog, wunderkind Sonny Dickson has posted images of new rear shells he has obtained for the forthcoming iPhone 5S, and they suggest Apple’s next device may come in a fourth color — a “gray or graphite color with a black trim.”
I actually love it. While not exactly the same, the colors here really remind me a lot of the design of the original 2007 iPhone, which I always preferred to the 3G/3GS models that followed. I could see Apple releasing this as a design nod to the 2007 iPhone.
What do you think? You can see more images below.
Source: Sonny Dickson