We’re still some days away from the official release of the iPhone 5S, but we’ve already reported that Apple has the intent of launching a gold or champagne color configuration for the iPhone 5S. Up to now we’ve seen enough evidence to confirm that there’s really a gold iPhone 5S coming, but today, we have high quality photos of the rear shell of the same device.
iPhone 5S photos leaked
From the images it is evident that Apple is not intending to do any major design change, just as with the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4. The only change that we’re going to see is a brand new gold color option. Courtesy of Sonny Dickson, these photos show off the iPhone 5S in all its full glory, though they only reveal the rear shell without any word on the front of the device. These images are sourced directly from Apple’s supply chain, as per Sonny Dickson. So go ahead and lay your eyes on the brand new stuff that Apple’s going to unveil within a few days.
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iPhone 5S features
Apart from the gold color, if we look at the tech specs of the iPhone 5S, then it would certainly come with an improved processor, 12-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash and a fingerprint sensor which would be embedded into the home button. On the storage front, the company will be introducing a 128GB storage option for those who crave for more space.
It is expected that Apple will be holding an unveiling event for the iPhone 5S, the company’s flagship phone, as well as for the iPhone 5C, company’s cheaper version of the iPhone on September 10th. The company has not confirmed the rumor but mostly every tech blog out there believes that Apple will be announcing both devices during this event.
Now that there are just a few days left before the September 10th event, we might soon see Apple sending out an invitation to the press. We’ll keep you informed when that happens.