By Stephen Schenck | August 14, 2013 12:33 PM
Leaks of iPhone 5C components sure have been getting more impressive in recent weeks, and we’ve seen new, high quality imagery of the phone in red, white, and green. Today we take things one step further, and get to see a video hands-on of the yellow version of the 5C (or at least its rear panel), keeping that same great quality we’ve been seeing, and showing how the phone will compare to existing iPhone models.
Say what you will about Apple’s decision to produce a colorful plastic phone, but looking at it sandwiched between an iPhone 5 and a iPhone 3GS, and it’s hard to ignore how the 5C feels like a natural mingling of those two designs.
The question of the iPhone 5C’s launch is still up in the air – there have been some suggestions that it could go official on September 10, alongside the 5S, while others have claimed Apple might use a separate, later event for the 5C. In any case, both new iPhones may ultimately arrive on the same day, with October 25 most recently rumored for the start of retail availability.