Sept. 10th is right around the corner, but before Apple can officially make any announcements at their scheduled event that day, another photo of the iPhone has just leaked out—and it seems we have yet another new color on our hands.
Coming off more rumors that Apple will release a gold-edition of the iPhone 5S, the new photo shows a graphite, or grey, version of the phone (see above), which brings the colors of the 5S up to four, when including black, white and gold. Also, repair shop Mendmyi has posted what they claim are the volume buttons of the four new iPhone colors:
We can't say if these photos are indeed authentic or not, but they do match what many rumors have said about the upcoming iPhone. Also, a recent tweet by television anchor Clayton Morris claims the the 5S will be 31-percent faster than the current iPhone 5, thanks to the new A7 chip (31-percent seems like a really precise number to just throw around).
Sources are telling me the new iPhone's A7 chip is running at about 31% faster than A6. I’m hearing it’s very fast.— Clayton Morris (@ClaytonMorris) August 25, 2013
We only have two more weeks to wait.
[via Mac Rumors]