It'll be champagne wishes and graphite dreams in September when the new iPhone 5S is unveiled by Apple.
Apple insider Sonny Dickson shared these photos with the world, showing the new champagne and graphite colors that will be available. If you don't like the light gold or grey colors, white and black will still be an option.
So what's so great about the 5S? Until Apple unveils it Sept. 10, it's all speculation and rumor. But, typically, the rumors are fairly credible. Of course, there will be much more to the phone than what's been leaked.
Here's what's being reported by CNET:
Camera: Probably the most important feature for the consumer is a better camera. The latest speculation on the camera claims it will get a larger f/2.0 aperture (that would match the HTC One) with dual LED flash. If accurate, that aperture would be significantly larger than the iPhone 5's. That means more light gets through, improving image quality and low-light performance.
Fingerprint scanner/reader in the home button: That technology is likely coming from AuthenTec, a fingerprint sensor technology company that Apple acquired last year. The larger point is the iPhone 5S may mainstream biometric technology, improving electronic payments and making it easier to get music and sensitive data from the cloud.
Chips: A 128GB flash storage option is the freshest speculation. That seems like overkill for most consumers but then 16GB seemed like a lot when the iPhone 3G came out. An updated processor, Apple's A7, is also expected (making it 31% faster). The most salient (rumored) feature is that it's 64-bit. And, remember, the iPhone 4S got the new A5 processor when it was released in October 2011.