A product listing on the website for U.K. carrier Vodafone has implied that Apple’s next-generation iPhone will be offered in black and white, and available in the same two capacities it has been for years: 16 and 32 gigabytes.
The product page for the Vodafone Sure Signal, which works as a signal booster for the carrier’s network, offers a list of phones compatible with the device. The carrier’s site makes mention of four “iPhone 5” models, with capacities of 16GB and 32GB and colors of black and white.
Of course, it’s possible that the listing is a typo, or even presumptive. But it does mention in addition the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and even the iPhone 3G first released in 2008.
The page would also suggest that Apple will offer a white variant of its iPhone 5 at launch. Apple had troubles with paint mixtures in assembling its white iPhone 4, and was pushed back 10 months from its originally scheduled June 2010 debut.
NOTE: Vodafone dropped the iPhone 5 from their list of compatible phones