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Some new leaked pictures of the rumored iPhone 5C have appeared online, providing stronger indications that Apple will might be launching the phone on its supposed September 10th event. This time, the images show pinkish red, blue and yellow colored iPhones packaged in their transparent boxes, ready to be shipped off. The images first appeared on Chinese site iapps.im before being deleted on the request of a 'relevant party'.
Moving to the documentation that accompanied the device, we also found the same Black colored front panel that we've seen in previous leaks. Also, the device will come pre-loaded with iOS 7.
From the looks of it, it seems as though Apple might have steered far, far away from its premium, minimal and elegant design to come up with these plasticy handsets. These new images match perfectly with design leaks and images that we've seen in the past, adding more weight to theories that Apple is in fact coming up with a budget smartphone.
After viewing several images, We've come to conclude that the device could feature a plastic polycarbonate body back panel in White, Blue, Red, Yellow and Green colors. For imaging, there should be a circular camera lens and LED flash, apart form the traditional Apple logo and iPhone branding. Expect 1GB of RAM, and three internal storage options, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. There should be an 8MP camera on the rear and a 1.2MP shooter in the front.
As of now, The Cupertino based company has not announced an event, yet. But the media is accustomed to the fact that Apple sends out invites only a week ahead of its launches, so Gizbot is going to keep a sharp look out for them. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for instant updates as they happen.