There is no doubt that Apple is the only tech company that really cares about its consumers. What makes Apple different from others is the fact that the company never compromises on quality and always delivers stellar products. Take for instance; Apple started the trend of aluminum styled iPhone, back in 2007. Even now, biggies like Samsung are reluctant to use metallic materials in the high-end Galaxy smartphone range.
If you remember, it was Cupertino-based giant who actually started to offer multicolored iPods. Under the supervision of late Steve Jobs, Apple never touched upon the idea of offering iPhone in different colors. Even under Tim Cook, Apple still offers iPhone in two colors: Black and White, but that may change soon.
GizBot had informed you that Apple's iPhone 5S is said to arrive in Golden color as well, and today another leak has appeared which obviously prove the existence of third color option. According to Phone Arena (via weibo/ictech) new images of iPhone 5S in Gold color have been surfaced on the net. Recently, it was said that Apple is planning to make its forthcoming iPhone 5S a little taller than its predecessor.
Even the screen will be revamped (from 4-inches to 4.3-inches to stay afloat in the competition). A good look at these images signals crystal clear message - iPhone 5S to have same 4-inch display. Design wise also, Apple's soon to be released iPhone 5S looks like current generation iPhone.
Does that mean Apple has finalized iPhone 5S design and as per multiple reports the production will start in August? Only time will tell.
Apple iPhone 5S - Rumored specifications
The Apple iPhone 5S, is said to arrive in September. It will have a 4-inch Retina Display. The physical form factor will remain same with minor cosmetic changes added to differentiate it from iPhone 5. The internal hardware will be completely changed with a possibility to see A7 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16/32/64GB of ROM, fingerprint sensor, a 12-mega pixel camera with improved imaging technology, dual LED Flash and long lasted battery. Stay tuned to GizBot.