The iPhone 6s has the blogosphere abuzz with rumors and speculations, but nothing beats the audacity of supposedly leaked photos that tell us more about the device than Apple would be okay with. The latest to hit the web are photos of an alleged pink/rose gold iPhone 6s, which design-wise unsurprisngly looks strikingly similar to the current iPhone 6.

A pink/rose gold option on the cards has been touted back as far as March this year, with sources terming the arrival of the color as a way to replace the ‘C’ lineup of iPhones.

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These supposedly leaked photos have been circulating on a Chinese social media website, and show both the upcoming models; the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus in the said color option. Ask my opinion and I will tell you that if this is the real deal, it doesn’t look as bad as I thought it would, but I would still prefer the color shade to be more towards rose gold that we have on the Apple Watch than pinkish that we see in these leaked photos.

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The pink shade would not be the first for an iPhone, with Apple having released the iPhone 5c in a host of candy-colors, including pink, though this would be the first time that a metal bodied iPhone will be getting this color treatment.

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Judging by the amount of times that these images have been shared on the Internet and that too in such a short span of time, Apple would want to take a look at the response this color is getting, that is if it hasn’t already planned for debuting a pink/rose gold iPhone 6s/6s Plus.

As for whether they are fake or not, we’ll leave that to you guys to judge.

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Apple is expected to unveil iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at its media event on September 9th. Rumor has it that the new iPhones will go on sale next month on September 18th.

(source: Daliulian | via: CultofMac)

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