Amidst rumours that Apple is planning to launch a cut price iteration of its iPhone range an image has emerged which purports to show the prospective device’s casing.
Mobile phone maker Tactus is the source of this particular leak, one which shows a curved, white polycarbonate backplate bearing the Apple and iPhone logos. Much talk around a possible low-cost iPhone has suggested that its makers may swap out the aluminium and glass casings seen on the likes of the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S for a plastic shell in order to keep the price down.
Tactus also has a few specs for the rumoured device, claiming that it will be wider than previous iPhones but have a 3.5-inch display, not the 4-inch one seen on the iPhone 5. Other potential specs include an A5 processor and 5 megapixel camera and the device is said to come in a range of available colours which include black, blue, yellow and red.
Of course, there’s no word from Apple about a possible cut-price iPhone joining line-up, a range which has so far seen all its devices positioned at the high end of the smartphone market upon launch.