Apple may launch new iPhones in blue, orange, gold

Doris Richards
July 9, 2018

It is because they have finally announced that Apple will be indeed launching some new iPhones to the market in 2018 but they will be the upgraded iPhone 8, 8 plus and 10 (x) version.

According to Kuo, this year's new iPhones will launch with a variety of new colors.

So the 6.1-inch model, with a larger screen that uses more power and a less efficient LCD draining it further, may end up having a lower battery life.

Apple is also expected to include fast chargers with all its new 2018 iPhone models to charge up to 30 percent faster than current models can.

The supersize iPhone X could come in another new color - gold - according to the note shared by 9to5Mac. Inasmuch as the devices were cute to look at, however, the iPhone 5C was primarily seen as a failed experiment for Apple, with the devices' plastic casing becoming a considerable sign of the device's designation as a budget model.

It is also likely that the 5.8-inch OLED iPhone will carry the same three color options as the 6.5-inch OLED iPhone.

Kuo, in addition to revealing the color options for the upcoming iPhones, said that he is also increasing his prediction for iPhone sales.

If the recent leaks about the 2018 iPhone X series are any indication, however, it seems like Apple would not be repeating the same mistakes it committed with the iPhone 5C on the budget 6.1-inch LCD iPhone.

In total, Kuo believes that Apple will sell up to 70 million units of the new iPhone models in the fourth quarter, representing significant growth compared to the same quarter previous year. According to a 9to5Google report, Apple would introduce a new gold color option to the iPhone X successor and the iPhone X Plus, expanding the color choices for the premium smartphone lineup.

While the 6.1-inch iPhone X is expected to feature an affordable single lens camera, the 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus may feature a triple lens camera setup on the rear.

Apple created an LCD iPhone instead of using OLED on all models because of customer demand to bring down the price of the devices.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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