iPhone 5 to be Offered in Black & White, 16GB & 32GB Models?

Sep 11, 2011 - 6 Comments

iPhone 5 references on a Vodafone product page

iPhone 5 may be available in both black and white colors, and be offered at the same 16GB and 32GB capacities as iPhone 4, if a product listing on UK’s Vodafone is to be believed. AppleInsider discovered the product page for a signal booster which makes direct references to four distinct models; “iPhone 5 32GB White”, “iPhone 5 16GB White”, “iPhone 5 32GB Black”, and “iPhone 5 16GB Black”.

It could be presumptive or simply a typo, but the iPhone 5 language has since been removed from the listing, which also references current iPhone 4, 3GS, and 3G models. It would not be surprising for both black and white iPhone 5′s to be available from the get-go, but many rumors have anticipated, or hoped for, a 64GB iPhone model, the necessity of which may be questionable thanks to iCloud.

The next-gen iPhone is expected to be released in October.

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Posted by: Matt Chan in iPhone, News, Rumor

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  1. Brian says:

    Just read that Samsung is going to be offering it latest at WallyWorld for 99 bucks.

    http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/211707/20110910/korea-5-samsung-s-iphone-killer-galaxy-s2-hits-walmart-for-99.htm

  2. Grand Apple says:

    What about this? Why does this matter? It always ships w/ black, white, 16 & 32GB Models

  3. dave says:

    Maybe there is no room inside the thing for the extra memory if the iPhone is going to be a “world” device ??? Especially if it’s going to work on T-Mobile’s AWS frequencies.

  4. icebreaker says:

    “the necessity of which may be questionable thanks to iCloud.”

    Watch 1 movie on a data bundle on a 3g network like in the train and bye bye data for that month.

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