Apple is expected to launch several new models of its iPhone later this year.
This new report is also claiming that Apple will release the upgraded 5.8-inch iPhone and larger 6.5-inch iPhone in three colors: space grey, silver, and gold.More news: Under fire for ethics scandals, EPA chief Pruitt resigns
According to the report, the forthcoming affordable 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will be available in grey, white, blue, red, and orange. Will the red version be a (PRODUCT) RED version?
That's a lot of colors and options for consumers.
This isn't like the Rose Gold color we've seen on some previous Apple handsets though, we would expect it to look more like the iPhone SE's gold shade.More news: Does This Walking Dead Tweet Mean Rick DOESN'T Die In Season 9?
Apple has tended to stick to rather muted colors for most of its iPhone models, though with Rose Gold being added to the range as of the iPhone 6s, and a Product (RED) iPhone first seen in the iPhone 7.
Nonetheless, for more on the possible colors for Apple's 2018 iPhones, follow on over to 9to5Mac. All of the devices will feature a near-bezel-less design, but the LCD model could skip out on the dual-camera setup on the back, similar to what's happened with the past two generations of iPhones. The 6.5-inch and 5.8-inch iPhone X variants will do well at launch due to the hype surrounding them at launch and early adopters, but over time, it is the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone that will find more takers.More news: Tesla Model 3 Ready To Take Over Europe
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