I'm all giggly and giddy because I'm so close to the moment next week when I can plunk down my dollars for an iPhone 5S in shimmering gold. I'm holding out for it. You might think it's tacky, or gaudy, or absurd. But I knew the moment I saw it that it's the iPhone I deserve.
Apple has apparently asked its suppliers to ramp up production of the gold-colored iPhone 5S by one-third after seeing strong demand for the new phone.
You see, the goldpagne iPhone 5S wasn't designed in Cupertino. No, no, no. It was made by a team outside of Apple located in Miami Beach! By the same guys who wears shiny shirts, gold chains, sunglasses indoors and more rings than fingers. Duh. That makes so much more sense.
If you want to add a little glitz to your life, or if you've ever dreamed about carrying around a gold bar everywhere you go, now you finally can. Along with the usual black and white color options, Apple just announced that the iPhone 5S will come in gold. It looks like solidified champagne.
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The scuttlebutt today is that the rumored iPhone 5S will come in gold. GOLD! While the color option would be new to Apple, it's not exactly a new concept. People have been blinging iPhones in myriad ways since the gadget's very earliest days. Here's how you could have a gold iPhone today—while it's still cool.
Full disclosure: We've been seeing the gold iPhone rumors for weeks now, but have largely been brushing them aside. Fake Apple rumors are as easy to come by as tangled EarPod cords this close to a new product launch, and this one in particular seemed too outlandish, too... tacky. But gold iPhone reports have reached…
Remember this woman? The one that was going to coat your iPods and cellphones in gold? She's taken it to the next step and is now offering to coat both an iPod and a cellphone in gold—that's right, an iPhone. For an as-of-yet undecided price, you too can have the rims of your iPhone be gold (seen after the jump), just…