iPhone 5s Never Released Black-Dark Blue Prototype Photos Shared
A black-dark blue prototype of the iPhone 5s; which is offered for sale only in silver, gold and Space Gray color options, has emerged. It is estimated that Apple uses this color option only to camouflage the device.
DongleBookPro, which shared photos of a 15-year-old Mac Mini prototype that Apple had never released before; and the Macintosh Classic prototype that the company designed 30 years ago and never released again, last week shared photos of the phone prototype with a unique color.
When we look at the photos in question, we see a black-dark blue iPhone 5s. In fact, Apple did offer such a color option for the phone. However, the iPhone 5s; It was only available for sale in silver, gold and dark gray color options called Space Gray.
According to DongleBookPro‘s statement, the prototype in question probably had a prototype of this color to improve the device without leaking the original color options of the phone. This prototype of the phone, announced in September 2013, was produced in December 2012. As a matter of fact, the black-dark blue color option we have seen in both the iPhone 5 models and iPhone 5s prototypes was very popular when it was launched, but Apple never came to the dual color design in the following years. Don’t forget to check our other news here.