From cases to stickers, cell owners already customize their phones to match their personalities, but Apple may be looking to make that process a little easier.
A new Apple job listing suggests that the company might make their next-generation iPhone available in different colors.
Apple is currently seeking an Anodizing Engineer, whose tasks would include defining “world-class anodizing processes that achieve the cosmetic and functional requirements of a part.” Translation: That person could be responsible for bringing more than just shades of grey to the iPhone 5S, the back panel of which would likely get the color treatment.
So far, only black and white iPhone models have been available, although the iPod Touch and Nano do come in rainbow colors.
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