Apple is readying five different colour options for the soon-to-land iPhone 7, as it looks to entice customers to buy a handset that's purportedly only a minor upgrade from the iPhone 6s.
According to a report from Japan, Apple will offer a 'gloss black' model alongside silver, rose gold, gold and 'space grey' variants.
A picture of the SIM trays for each device appears to back up the report, which comes just days before Apple is due to unveil the next-gen iPhone at a special event in San Francisco on September 7th.
Other than changes to the colour of the phone, Apple will serve up only minor changes to its bestselling product.
These include tweaks to the antenna bands on the back of the device and the lack of a standard headphone slot.
The camera on each new phone is set for a major overhaul to improve low light performance.
iPhone fans craving a major new iPhone are likely to have to wait until 2017, when Apple is expected to reveal a wholly revamped handset to celebrate the ten years since the launch of its original smartphone.