The iPhones we see later this yr could are available in a wide range of colours in one of many largest departures from Apple’s regular shade vary we have ever seen.
A brand new report from dependable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo – and noticed by 9To5Mac – predicts the brand new vary of iPhones will come in additional colours, and even shares a few of the names.
The biggest of the rumored telephones is the 6.5-inch OLED iPhone that the report claims will come within the conventional black and white – very like the iPhone X – however there may also apparently be a brand new gold shade too.
This is not just like the Rose Gold shade we have seen on some earlier Apple handsets although, we’d anticipate it to look extra just like the iPhone SE‘s gold shade.
A complete new vary
Kuo additionally mentions the 6.1-inch LED iPhone, which can supposedly are available in a bigger shade vary with the bolder shade decisions of blue and orange alongside the staple crimson, gray and white variants too.
Blue was already an choice on 2013’s iPhone 5C (which additionally got here in white, inexperienced, yellow and pink) however this would be the first time we have seen Apple launch an orange iPhone, if the rumor is true.
Though we have seen crimson variations of iPhone merchandise up to now, Apple has by no means launched on day one with a crimson version and as a substitute we have seen it come alongside a lot later within the launch cycle.
The picture on the high of this text is an idea from 9To5Mac based mostly on this report, however Kuo did not give any perception into the precise shades we’ll see for the brand new cellphone so if it occurs do not anticipate any of the colours to look similar to those pictured above.
That is all hypothesis in the mean time, however it comes from Kuo who has typically been right about iPhone rumors up to now. We hope to get official phrase from Apple on the brand new iPhones within the coming months with a launch occasion anticipated to be scheduled for some level in September.
Primary picture: Idea from 9To5Mac