TechCrunch reports that Apple is set to introduce its fourth generation iPhone in 2017, codenamed iPhone 5, to the US market.
Apple is expected to unveil the phone at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, CA on November 7, 2017.
Apple is expected have its 4G LTE iPhone 4G models for the US starting in 2018, with the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C expected to launch later this year.
The iPhone 5 is expected be released in two colors, black and white.
Apple has been planning the iPhone series for a while now and the fourth generation could be the last major iPhone that the company offers.
Apple has also previously confirmed that the fourth-generation iPhone would be available in four colors: white, black, grey, and red.
The company has previously stated that the iPhone 4S would also be made available in black and grey.
Apple’s new iPhone will reportedly feature a fingerprint sensor, as well as 4G connectivity.
However, Apple is reportedly planning to make the iPhone 6s compatible with 3G technology.
Apple will reportedly sell the iPhone to third-party manufacturers and will launch the device in stores in September.