Published: Sat, July 07, 2018
Tech | By Amelia Peters

The Next iPhones Will Come in Too Many Colors

The Next iPhones Will Come in Too Many Colors

Apple is rumored to be introducing a bevy of new colors for its 2018 range of iPhones. The grey/black and white colors referred to by Kuo here likely point to the existing Space Grey and Silver color options which Apple already offers with the iPhone X. Thus, it is the other three colors which are going to be new in Apple's iPhone lineup this year. The entry-level 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will apparently debut in grey, white, blue, red and orange. It first took this approach with the plastic-cased iPhone 5c, and is reportedly doing so again this year, with brighter colors limited to the cheaper LCD model. The top tier 6.5-inch iPhone will share those colors as well as the dual camera and will cost $1000.

Now it's feared that a lot of people's iPhone chargers will soon be out of date and unable to juice up the latest Apple smartphones. Many customers personalize their respective iPhones with different color wraps, but new colors direct from Apple might eliminate the need for this.

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Upcoming iPhone models expected to be released later this year may have five new color variations including red, orange, blue, white and gray. So yes, that means we might actually see a consumer release of that gold iPhone X that the FCC posted a photo of back in April. He said that the iPhone X Plus would be the most expensive of the bunch with a retail price of $999 to start.

It's important to note that these are just reports; nothing has been confirmed by Apple yet. 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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