New images of Apple's purported low cost iPhone popped up this morning, supplied by Australian writer Sonny Dickson. Depicted are five different color variations of the outer plastic shell of the low-cost iPhone, which look similar to previously leaked images.
The shells are shown in bright, almost neon colors of pink, blue, green, yellow, and white. Though there's no guarantee that the plastic shells are authentic, they share the same camera holes and logo positioning as former images.
Last week MacRumorsprovided renderings of what the completed low cost iPhone might look like, and Techdyreleased a video showing both front and rear parts of the upcoming plastic iPhone. According to the site, the colorful plastic shells will each accompany a black front panel.
Apple's low-cost iPhone is expected to be released later this year alongside the company's flagship iPhone 5S, possibly as early as September or October.