Kuo believes that the 6.5 inch model or the iPhone X Plus will come in just gold, black, and white.
Apple has made red iPhones in the past, but they have usually been introduced well into the product cycle and have had Product Red charity branding.
Apple fan blog 9to5Mac is reporting that highly reputable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects several new colored options for the upcoming LCD iPhone and the OLED iPhones.
Nonetheless, for more on the possible colors for Apple's 2018 iPhones, follow on over to 9to5Mac. If true, it would be the first expansion of color options since the iPhone 5C launched in 2013. But the 6.1 inch mid-range model will come in a variety of colors like blue, orange, red, black, white, and gold.
iOS and iPhone lovers, get excited because rumors and predictions for the new line of iPhones are starting to pop up in time for the official launch in September.
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. However, given the popularity of smartphones with red color among consumers, the company might offer the LCD iPhone with a slightly different shade of red right at launch.
This is all speculation at the moment, but it comes from Kuo who has often been correct about iPhone rumors in the past. A cheaper LCD iPhone will round out the offerings at 6.1 inches; to hit a lower price point, it will be missing some of the premium features of the iPhone X.
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