Apple won’t be releasing a bright pink take on its forthcoming iPhone 5se, despite a series of reports suggesting that the company was looking at offering a variety of colours with its new device.
Sources speaking with 9to5mac, an Apple-specialist site known for its strong connections inside the company’s Cupertino HQ, say that in fact Apple will simply offer silver, grey, champagne and rose gold options.
These are identical to the colours of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, released in late 2016. It had been suggested that Apple would return to offering brighter versions of its iPhone, as it did with 2013’s entry level iPhone 5c.
The iPhone 5se is set to be a souped up version of the iPhone 5s, with a similar design and a completely reworked set of specs.
Although the screen size is set to stay at four inches, Apple is thought to be planning on adding an A9 processor, live photos and a series of tweaks to make it stand out from the older model.
Pricing is expected to start at £379, with the device rumoured for launch on March 15th at a special Apple event.
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