There's no denying that we've seen quite a bit from the iPhone 5S, a fact that has put the ability of Apple to keep the lid onto new products successfully under question. We're sure you've already seen the trio of colors that have been leaked so far: champagne plus one in black and one in white/silver, all three of which have been consistent with the info we've seen on the Apple flagship. That being said, a new, grey or graphite-colored version with a black trim has been unearthed earlier today by Apple insider Sonny Dickson. This fits extremely well with the latest intel hailing from Japan, which alleges a similar, albeit less visual story.
The now four versions of the iPhone 5S are expected to go on sale sometime next month. So far, the leaks amount to more significant improvements than what Cupertino usually treats us with as far as 'S' versions of their phones are concerned. Namely, a new Apple-designed Cortex-A7 SoC is said to boost performance as much as 30% over its A6 predecessor. Moreover, a new and improved, quad-core PowerVR SGX 554MP4 has been included, along with the quicker 1GB of LPDDR3-1333MHz RAM (compared to the iPhone 5's 1GB of LPDDR2-1066MHz RAM unit). The improvements don't end here, for an alleged fingerprint scanner doubling up as the Home button is said to make an appearance, with an improved, 12MP dual-LED flash shooter also in tow.
For the full scoop on all things iPhone 5S, make sure you check our round-up here.