It was reported yesterday that this year's iPhones will come in a range of new colors, with the "iPhone X Plus" model expected to be available in gold in addition to the silver/white and space gray of the existing iPhone X.
According to Kuo, the new colour options for the 2018 iPhones include black, white, and gold colour options for a 6.5-inch OLED iPhone. At the same time, the analyst also predicts a smaller 5.8-inch iPhone X.
It remains to be seen if the red color Kuo is predicting will be a Product (RED) variant, like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are now offered in.
Something to look forward to: As sleek and attractive as Apple's iPhones tend to be, it's tough to deny that their colors are often quite bland.
The colors are the most recent rumors to come out from 9to5MAC.
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According to Mr. Kuo the 6.5-inch iPhone will match the price of the current iPhone X - $1000 - which could push the upcoming upgraded 5.8-inch iPhone down by at least $100.
In order to get the LCD handset to that price level, the company is obviously eschewing OLED.
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. He said that he expects the LCD iPhone to account for 55 percent of Apple's total iPhone sales this generation and for an increasing number of people to find value in the OLED-based versions.
Out of the three new iPhones for the year, two will jointly take the crown for users attention.