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‘Graphite’ is reportedly the fourth color option for the iPhone 5S

Much has already been said about the color options Apple is expected to offer its next generation iPhone in. The latest leaked pictures suggest that grey or ‘graphite’ is going to be the fourth color option for the much awaited iPhone 5S.


We haven’t heard anything about the possibility of Apple releasing iPhone 5S in grey or graphite. Over the past couple of weeks the rumor mill has been besotted with the gold or champagne iPhone 5S, many analysts and reporters are now convinced that Apple will definitely offer the iPhone 5S in this unique color. These leaked pictures show off yet another color option, while Apple is yet confirm if it is going to move away from its tradition of offering the iPhone in only two colors, black and white.


The leaked pictures come from Sonny Dickson, who has been behind a plethora of iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S leaks already. He believes that the iPhone 5S might come in a total of four colors, white, black, gold and graphite. There’s no way of saying that the casing we see in these pictures does actually belong to Apple’s next generation iPhone. For all we know, it could be from a prototype from the tests Apple may have conducted to find out which new color options would suit its latest iPhone the best.

Apple is rumored to hold an event next month, on the 10th, to launch the next generation iPhone. Only then we’ll know if the company plans on breaking away from tradition this year. What do you think though, would you mind opening up your wallet for a grey or graphite iPhone 5S?

Source: Sonny Dickson

Adrian Fonseca
Adrian Fonseca keeps a close eye on all Apple news, rumors, leaks and developments. In his spare time, he likes to read books.

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