Keep in mind that Apple offers the iPhone X in only two color finishes at the moment; Space Gray and Silver. But in spite of the fact that the next major iPhone event is likely months away, iPhone rumors have been swirling at a furious pace early in the year, from new color options to foldable iPhones to an iPhone SE followup.
The freshly baked rumor comes from a rumor site Macotakara.
Separately, Steve Hemmerstoffer, who runs the OnLeaks Twitter account, claimed that Apple is planning a (PRODUCT) RED version of the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and/or iPhone X. That information, however, purportedly came from an "unverified" source and thus should be taken with a grain of salt. Like its predecessors, it can be expected to have a Gold, Rose, or Pitch Black color.
Though the iPhone X did sell a large number of units, the expectations were far higher compared to the results laid out in front of us.
The cheapest of the three will be the LCD device to be around US$700 with the 5.8 inch OLED (iPhone X) to be US$899 and the iPhone X Plus, 6.5 inch OLED model to be priced around US$999. There are some reports that Apple is looking to include an OLED screen this time.
The price tag is going to remain the same; at $999 for the 64GB model, making it is the most expensive iPhone released to date.
But how big dent a new color will put into the sales?
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But in sweet relief for Socceroos fans, the prospect of the team not attending the tournament is still a remote possibility. Clarification on Ms Bishop's comments is being sought from the foreign minister's office and Football Federation Australia.
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Notre Dame opened the second half with a 15-4 run and led 55-50 after a basket by second-team all-American guard Arike Ogunbowale. If each team can win over the next two days, they would collectively make up half the Final Four field.
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