Chinese microblogging website Sina Weibo has yet again provided us with a glimpse at a potential iPhone 7 component purportedly direct from Apple's supply chain. Production of Apple's upcoming iPhone is reportedly being ramped up ahead of a late-September public reveal, but we are now seeing yet another parts leak in the form of a Rose Gold iPhone 7 rear casing that potentially provides us with a glimpse of what to expect from the camera module in the new iPhone, as well as a quick glimpse at Apple's replacement of the antenna lines that have previously broken up the flawless design of previous iPhone models.
Apple's 4-inch iPhone 5se could be offered in a Bright Pink color option, which will be distinctively different to the Rose Gold option introduced with the iPhone 6s last year.
It's highly likely that Cupertino-based Apple will not be happy with the overly eager performance of one of its logistics partners in the San Diego, California area. Adrienne, who plies her trade as a visual designer in the San Diego locality, has become one of the first known customers to receive a pre-ordered iPhone 6s unit a whopping five days before it was actually meant to be delivered as part of Apple's official launch of the handset in eleven countries around the world.
The countdown is officially on for Apple's dedicated media event where they are expected to introduce the next-generation iPhone. Official press invitations have been issued, and the venue has been booked. The date has been firmly placed into the diaries of individuals over the world who would be interested in the future product roadmap of the world's richest company. Now, as we eagerly await September 9, we're seeing additional reports that provide more insight into the color options and potential features of the new iPhone, as well as the future of Apple's existing smartphones.