Ming-Chi Kuo, a credible analyst formerly with KGI Securities and now at TF International Securities, has issued a new report in which he expects that Apple will roll out a number of new color choices for 2018's iPhone lineup. The speculated 6.1-inch LED iPhone may debut in white, blue, red, grey, and orange.
A bigger 6.5-inch OLED-equipped iPhone, rumored to be a "plus" version of last year's X, is also reportedly coming, and will be available in 3 colors: black, white, and a new gold color.
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Rumors indicate that Apple is planning to release three new iPhones this year-two with pricey OLED screens, and an entry-level LCD model.
These possible four or five iPhone colors would be fairly new territory for Apple.
It's interesting to see that Apple continues to prefer its cheaper models for experimenting with colors, which is an understandable move, as the launch of more options creates more fragmentation and could end up resulting in more unsold units for specific colors, making them unprofitable. 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.
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Along with the new designs we're also expecting the latest iPhone X to have improved cameras, quicker unlocking via Apple's Face ID technology and a faster processor.
While LG didn't comment on the matter, the report claims that Apple might plan on extending the partnership with LG Display to include LCD screens as well, which would make this a very lucrative deal.
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