An iPhone 5s prototype has emerged with an unusual slate gray backing, a darker color scheme that may have been used to disguise the iPhone model prior to its launch.
Unveiled by Apple in September 2013 and accompanied by the iPhone 5c, the iPhone 5s was offered to the public in a choice of three color schemes. However, new images suggest Apple may have considered another option, which it ended up using on pre-release devices.
Pictures shared by @DongleBookPro on Twitter show what is identified as an “iPhone 5s prototype”. The device displays fake regulatory details on the back, indicating that it is not a version intended for public release.
Prototype of the iPhone 5s
This unit has a slate gray iPhone 5 style housing (which will likely try to hide the device) with several differences from the production (matte top and bottom)
It was also produced in December of 2012, months after the release of 5 pic.twitter.com/qmKBxCuih7
– Dongle (@DongleBookPro) January 17, 2021 …Read the full story
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