Published: Sat, July 07, 2018
Tech | By Constance Martin

Apple's Next iPhone Series Rumored To Launch With New Colors

Apple's Next iPhone Series Rumored To Launch With New Colors

Apple has selected Pegatron as the primary manufacturer of its three new iPhones set for release this fall, reports the Taipei Times.

That could be set to change this year, as analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who last month predicted that prices for this year's models could be slightly more accessible, has now said that Apple could be working to add a flair of color to its 2018 lineup.

The largest of the rumored phones is the 6.5-inch OLED iPhone that the report claims will come in the traditional black and white - much like the iPhone X - but there will also apparently be a new gold shade too. In fact, Apple called the device "the most colorful iPhone yet" when it was released in 2013.

That's right. An orange iPhone could be on the way. The speculated 6.1-inch LED iPhone may debut in white, blue, red, grey, and orange. Many expected the 5C to be a budget iPhone, but Apple launched the device at just $100 less than the flagship iPhone 5S, prompting buyers to pay extra for premium features.

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The colors are the most recent rumors to come out from 9to5MAC. Apple will reportedly order 83 million units of the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone.

According to Mr. Kuo the 6.5-inch iPhone will match the price of the current iPhone X - $1000 - which could push the upcoming upgraded 5.8-inch iPhone down by at least $100.

Ultimately, Kuo told investors that things are looking up for Apple, according to 9to5Mac. In light of all this, it makes sense for all manufacturers of smartphones and laptops to adapt to a new universal standard of charging and data transfer cable, an idea to which all but Apple seemed to be open.

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