Apple has released a Jet black variant of both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus which are vulnerable to scratches and all the rumors pointing at another color option that could make your iPhone milky white. Plans to add Jet White option for the two iPhone models available today to purchase.
It seems like Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus getting a Jet White color variant pretty soon. According to Japanese website Mac Otakara, however the report did not outline when Apple might add the sixth color to the iPhone 7 range, and it also warned the information obtained from supply chain sources “may be unreliable“.
Apple To Launch Glossy Jet White Finish For iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus
In fact, anything can happen in the future as Apple dropped down its revenue though, with the announcement of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which were the design very similar to what the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were in the past, the only difference that the iPhone 7 Plus be the dual-lens camera output.
The source aforementioned has accurately leaked info about Apple’s upcoming plans in the past, including the new Jet Black color and no 3.5mm headphone jack on iPhone 7. Mac Otakara was also been correct when predicting several other iPhone 7 details, including its naming, flush Home button, longer earpiece output, and lack of Smart Connector.
If that same one citing went wrong in one occasion, such as when it said the iPhone SE may come in a brighter pink shade that’s different than Rose Gold. Given the fact of lack of confidence in its own circle, this rumor may not validate or materialize, should be treated with a proverbial grain of salt.
The iPhone 7 has been available for over a month now and those wishing to pick up a Jet Black offering are still experiencing frustrations due to stock shortages. This new report surfaced today may give them a reason to pause that pursuit, and have to admit that the thought of bright white iPhone 7 has us little bit giddy.
If a Jet White iPhone is on the cards we can’t help but think that it would be more likely to arrive as part of the iPhone 8 launch towards the back-end of next year rather than now.
While the iPhone 8 is already rumored for an all-glass edgeless design, another rumor pegs a more unique stainless-steel finish in addition to the iPhone 8 base models when it lands in September next year.
Whatever happens today and tomorrow or whenever it arrives, we like the idea of a all-white iPhone beyond the iPhone 4/4S and iPhone 5c. Here’s hoping for its arrival.
(Source: Mac Otakara [Google Translate])
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