After the recent report of Labor Watch confirming the development of Apple's low-cost iPhone at Pegatron's factory, a latest image which is said to have come directly from the Pegatron's Shanghai plant, has revealed a pile of iPhone 5Cs.
Engadget, which spotted the photo on Sina Weibo, beleives that the photo might have come from Pegatron employee.
Hinting the arrival of the device, the image was reportedly posted with the comment "The low-end iPhone 5C to be launched for Chinese consumers in September doesn't look much different than the Xiaomi Phone 2, right?". It shows a pile of iPhone 5Cs being kept for charging, probably to test the devices before they are packed up.
Earlier last week, Romania based publication, Mobilissimo posted the press renders of the iPhone 5C which showed the front and rear panel of the device in white. Besides this, the report also had the images of iPhone 5C dummies being displayed at the retail shelves. Other leaked images also showed the device in black, white, red, blue, green and yellow.
As of now, rumours are rife that the Cupertino firm is releasing its next iPhones in September at an event in San Francisco. Apple, which has the tradition of not revealing anything about its unleashed products, is still mum on the development.
Previous reports suggested that the upcoming 5C will sport a plastic body (probably polycarbonate material) with 3.5-inch screen and run on new iOS 7 powered by Apple A5 chipset. It is also expected to flaunt a 5.0-megapixel camera on rear side.