Twitter user @DongleBookPro today shared images of an iPhone 5s prototype in an unreleased black and slate color.
The iPhone 5s was launched in September 2013. For the first time the device featured Touch ID, a 64-bit processor and a True Tone LED flash. Other new features included a five-element lens with f / 2.2 aperture, a 15% larger camera sensor, Burst mode, and Slo-Mo 720p video capture at 120 frames per second.
The iPhone 5s first offered gold and space gray color options and was also available in silver. The previous generation iPhone 5 was available in black and silver and black and slate. This iPhone 5s prototype is extremely unusual in that it uses the black and slate color option of the iPhone 5.
While it’s possible Apple was considering offering the iPhone 5s in black and slate, before opting for space gray instead, DongleBookPro suggests the color was likely used to hide the next generation …
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