The Next iPhones Will Come in Too Many Colors

The Next iPhones Will Come in Too Many Colors

This isn't like the Rose Gold color we've seen on some previous Apple handsets though, we would expect it to look more like the iPhone SE's gold shade.

The iPhone 8 now is available in silver, black, gold, and red.

Another interesting tidbit from Kuo's report is that he expects the cheaper 6.1-inch LCD iPhone to account for 55 percent of sales when it's launched, with that percentage growing through 2019.

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However, that still means Apple is looking to introduce four new options. This harkens back to the iPhone 5c era when Apple rolled out a cheaper iPhone sibling in colorful chassis. Will the red version be a (PRODUCT) RED version? That too came in a variety of colors, but it was not as strong as seller as Apple had hoped, and the model was discontinued shortly after. Apple has not launched a new iPhone model with a (RED) offering before, the (RED) versions have always followed a few months later. The company is expected to launch three new iPhone devices this year - a refreshed 5.8-inch iPhone X, a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone with slim bezels, and a larger 6.5-inch OLED display iPhone with dual-SIM support. The LCD iPhone will hit ~$700 price points by skimping on some premium features (no stainless steel frame, no dual-camera, maybe no 3D Touch) but retain the main design elements of the iPhone X line.

As a reminder, prices for the two OLED models would sit between $800 and $900 for the 5.8-inch display $900 and $1000 for the larger screen.

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