New 'Leaked' Images of Apple's 'iPhone Lite' Hit The Web
More leaked images of Apple's long-awaited low-cost iPhone are spreading across the blogosphere like wildfire today.
If legitimate, the photos unquestionably represent the most detailed shots we have to date of the so-called "iPhone Lite."
Consistent with other component images turning up online in recent weeks, the newest shots of the iPhone Lite shell suggest that Apple will roll out the entry-level iPhone in a variety of colors from which consumers can choose. Surfacing first on Nowhereelse.fr, the shell shots depict red, yellow, white and blue models, although more options - including green - are expected.
Apart from the color diversity on display, these new images don't really tell us much else about the rumored low-cost iPhone. Analysts still expect the cheaper model to simply phase out signature glass and metal components to accommodate a cheaper but highly durable plastic.
Apple, it goes without saying, hasn't confirmed the device's existence. However, it's been apparent for quite some time now that Apple would like to crank out a cheaper iPhone in hopes of eliminating the need for carrier subsidies, which is something that would give Apple more flexibility in the manufacturing process.