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Bryan M. Wolfe
| June 3, 2013
Apple's Next iPhone Worth Its Weight In Gold?
Apple probably won’t announce the so-called “iPhone 5S” at next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). However, we know that its release is almost certainly coming by the beginning of fall. With this in mind, Nowhereelse.fr has published photos by iColor OS purportedly showing iPhone 5S parts. The parts seem to confirm the many rumors that the next iPhone will come in multiple colors. As you can see, these photos show a gold SIM card tray, and what appears to be volume, mute, and power buttons. This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen colored parts leaked for the iPhone 5S. In April, Moumantai published photos reportedly showing gold and gray-colored SIM card trays. While the next iPhone will likely be a no show at WWDC, we should finally see its operating system next week. During next Monday’s keynote, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 7. For more information, see: The WWDC Keynote Should Reveal New Macs, But Not New iOS Devices, There Is No Way Apple Would Release An 'iPad maxi,' Right?, and Saying Goodbye To Apple’s Iconic Home Button. [gallery]