The story about a gold iPhone has been floating around for a couple of days now. Most recently I saw a post in 9to5Mac. You can read it here.
There are so many reasons I hope this is wrong. The biggest reason is that fake gold products are usually used to imply “expenisve” and “high-quality” but they never succeed.
If this is the path Apple’s going down then it’s in trouble. It’s products should speak for themselves and not have to be spray painted gold.