Apple has no intention of launching a black iPhone 5C

n-apple-iphone-5c-10Ever since the first release of the iPhone in 2007, the color black has been the first choice for Apple to introduce in their iPhone line up.  Later on, the company introduced white as a color option.

Up until the iPhone 4S, the color options were only black or white, and the iPhone 5 changed things up a little bit with black slate and white silver.  Now Apple has some more changes coming with the iPhone 5C.

With the new low-cost iPhone, a new report from Sonny Dickson says something else.  According to the Dickson, Apple has no plans to release a black colored iPhone 5C.  The company will already be offering a black colored iPhone 5S, like always, with more rumors suggesting Apple to introduce another premium color, champagne (or gold you may call it).

Anonymous sources told Sonny Dickson that Apple will not introduce a black color for the iPhone 5C.  The company is looking to keep things bright with the low-cost iPhone by offering the colors white, blue, pink, yellow and green, as we have already seen previous leaks.

Apple is expected to unveil both the iPhone 5S and 5C on September 10 event.  Are you looking forward to it?

Hamza Khalid

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