A few days ago, Apple added a “clear coat” backplate to its iPhones, replacing the aluminum casing that has been a staple of Apple’s flagship phones.
Apple has made the clear coat a primary part of its devices since the iPhone 4 and the 6S, and it was initially a major selling point of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8.
Apple introduced the “Clear Coat” back cover for both the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X in early November, but it’s only recently been revealed that the iPhone has finally been given the same treatment.
The clear coat design has been in Apple’s phones since the beginning, and the company says that it was a “must have” feature in the iPhone 5S, which Apple sold with a black and white clear coat backplate in 2015.
The iPhone X was the first iPhone to have a clear coat feature, and Apple introduced a white “Clear Cover” backcover for its larger flagship iPhone X.
Apple’s latest iPhone models are expected to get a “Clear coat” rear cover sometime next year, but there are some caveats to the new design.
The design won’t come as standard on all of Apples newest iPhones, so it will require a special edition model.
The company has yet to announce a clear cover variant for the larger iPhone X, but we expect the company to make a new “Clear” model with a more premium material and an upgraded design.
The new iPhone X will also have a “Luxury Touch Cover” for its metal frame.
Apple said it would “deliver an innovative and premium design that is more durable and durable more beautiful.”