Apple Is Set To Launch 'Jet White' On iPhone 7

Early on in November, rumors circulated the internet claiming that Apple was going to release a 'Jet White' color option (mid-cycle) for the iPhone to follow the great success of the Jet Black iPhone 7 option.
Rumor was met with uncertainty, as Apple isn't just the one to normally release new color options in the middle of its product cycle, a decision better left for the debut of Apple's next iPhone in 2017.

With the Christmas shopping season now strongly behind us, the rumored white iPhone 7 is still nowhere to be seen. Well, of course, that hasn't stopped Apple fans fawning over actual physical mockups of what the mythical white iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could look like.

The 'Jet White' iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Looks Positively Great

Intriguing? Sure, but before you get too much excited we should point out that this is likely nothing more than a third-party shell, as proof by the missing Apple logo cutout on the smaller device. However, the video does give an interesting look as to what a Jet White iPhone 7 might look like. The glossy white finish is still questionable on the Apple Watch, especially on a pricey that "Edition" model, but it looks positively great on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Some might say that a new color option like this could be a perfect complement to Apple's new Jet Black finish.

The 'Jet White' iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Is Not Yet Official But Can Be Possible

There have been no further signs of a "Jet White" iPhone launch beyond the November cycle. That said, it is at least possible that Apple might debut a glossy white iPhone next year. As is well known, the first iPods were white before Apple settled to add black, and finally a range of colors in anodized aluminum, to the lineup. The same can be said of iPhone, which started out in raw aluminum and then black and white polycarbonate, lastly, Jet Black, matte black, gold, rose gold and silver aluminum.


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