Apple event invitation hints at new phone colors

Sep 03, 2013

Apple has sent a colorful invitation for an event next week amid speculation that it may debut new colors for the latest iPhone.

The invitation, emailed Tuesday, has a picture of the Apple logo surrounded by multi-colored polka dots and the sentence: "This should brighten everyone's day."

The iPhone 5, which went on sale in September of 2012, comes only in black or white.

The event is on Sept. 10 at Apple Inc. headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. The company's latest phone model was expected to be unveiled this month.

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alfie_null
not rated yet Sep 04, 2013
Trademarked? Patented?

Maybe they could wrap the entire phone in a display. That way it could be any color or pattern you desire, for as long as the batteries last. And that, at least, would rate as new technology.