Upcoming iPhones may have 5 new color versions

Upcoming iPhones may have 5 new color versions

The iPhones we see later this year may come in a variety of colors in one of the biggest departures from Apple's normal color range we've ever seen.

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. He also predicts that the rumored 6.5-inch OLED iPhone will launch in white, black, and a new gold tone.

Last year, Apple released their most advanced phone yet, the iPhone X. He noted the new colorful $700 LCD iPhones may account for 55 percent of sales when they launch.

This means that Apple will introduce new Blue and Gold colors, assuming the Grey refers to the current Space Grey and White refers to the current Silver and Red is the Product (Red). The "premium" handsets come with more "premium" colors, while the cheaper smartphones have more vibrant colors.

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The three phones are expected to have large displays with the cut-out "notch" design of the iPhone X, and the two larger models are expected to have the dual-camera setup on the back that the X also has.

Now it's feared that a lot of people's iPhone chargers will soon be out of date and unable to juice up the latest Apple smartphones. Meanwhile, a larger and more high-end 6.5-inch iPhone may be offered in black, white and gold, as reported by 9to5Mac.

This tech lets the gadgets fully charge up in just half an hour and is now only available to people who own a USB-C charger for Macbook (which costs a whopping £79).

There's no official word from Apple when these new phones will be unveiled but it's likely Apple will reveal all in early September.

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