White IPhone 4S Barcode Label Spotted

Posted: Sep 29 2011, 8:06am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

White iPhone 4S Barcode Label Spotted

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An image of a barcode label for the Apple iPhone 4S appears. Is it legit?

Apple will unveil the next iPhone(s) at the October 4 media event. Evidence that there will be at least an new iPhone 4S is mounting. Yesterday 9to5Mac reported that two new iPhone SKUs appeared in the Apple internal system according to their source Mr. X. The new codes are N90A indicating minor changes to the iPhone 4 (N90). Today an image (see above) appeared that shows the barcode label of a white iPhone 4S.

The part number listed on the label is MD239F/A. More interesting is that the iPhone 4S would have 16GB. There have been rumors that Apple would make the iPhone 4S a lower cost choice that could be marketed to prePaid customers. I do not think that the a 16GB iPhone 4S would be priced in the $300 area.

What we can expect is that Apple is this time launching a new iPhone in black and white. I just hope we see a real iPhone 5 as well and not just a tweaked iPhone 4.

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