The rumor mill is not going to stop until Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) officially announces anything about their new entry-level iPhone. We now have pictures of the alleged new cheap iPhone that seems to be encased in plastic instead of the unibody design seen on iPhones of the current generation. What strikes most is its colors – yellow, red and green which seems to be inspired from some cartoon movies.

We’ve previously seen many concepts and rumors but these reports are claiming that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) can really come out with such a body for its low cost iPhone. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has previously discarded any rumors claiming that they are working on any cheap version of iPhone, but now with these reports coming back to town, the question has come out again – will there be a cheap iPhone?

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Entry Level IPhone Pictures Surfaces With More Colors

These pictures come from a Chinese site Weiphone.com. On Saturday, only a green version surfaced online, but now we have two more colors – yellow and red with an official looking iPhone logo at the bottom, and of course the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) logo at its usual position.

A French website NoWhereElse.fr also agrees with these pictures when they compared these shells with the alleged iPhone 5S motherboard leaked in June, and surprisingly, all these attachments perfectly match up.

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According to Piper Jaffray’s analyst Gene Munster, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s low cost iPhone could grab 11 percent of the low-end smartphone market within just a year. He further says that the low cost iPhone could launch in September with a price tag of around $300, unsubsidized. The price is surely attractive, and affordable when compared with the iPhone 5’s $649. This phone would be a blessing for those who want to buy an iPhone, but can’t due to its price.

Now only time would tell if Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) really comes up with anything like this or not. We just have to wait and watch the show. Do you think these pictures are real, or is it just a hoax? Let us know.