Published: Sat, July 07, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Preston Stone

Apple plans to add more colours to the 2018 iPhone lineup

Apple plans to add more colours to the 2018 iPhone lineup

Apple has also sold cases in the past to give you more color options. "The 6.5" iPhone is expected to come in black, white, and gold.

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.

We can all pretty much agree that there will be three new iPhones launched later this year, that much is nearly a given following months of rumors reiterating that fact.

Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty stated a cheaper iPhone, which will feature an LCD screen, will sell for between $699 and $769. The entry-level 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will apparently debut in grey, white, blue, red and orange.

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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. However, given the popularity of smartphones with red color among consumers, the company might offer the LCD iPhone with a slightly different shade of red right at launch. At times, it's products have been some of the most colorful on the market as with the the early iMacs, various iPods, and the iPhone 5c.

Aside from new color options, Kuo floated some possible pricing for Apple's upcoming handsets. It will likely have Face ID but only have a single lens camera on the back. The iPhone X comes in silver and black.

Out of the three new iPhones for the year, two will jointly take the crown for users attention.

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