New iPhones will be available in Blue, Orange and Red Colors
There were no any devices launched in Apple WWDC this year. But the news and rumors of a new device are around us now. Apple is expected to release larger iPhones models later this year which will be available in a variety of color options. The rumor about the new iPhone suggests that the new phone will feature a large 6.5-inch OLED screen -- thanks to the use of OLED screen in iPhone. There will be another phone that will be of a 6.1-inch LCD screen.
Another interesting news about the new iPhones is that they will be available in plenty of color options. Black, White, Blue, Orange, Red, Grey, Gold will be the colors of the new iPhone. The bigger, 6.5-inch phone will launch in black, white, and a new gold color whereas, the 6.1-inch model will reportedly debut in grey, white, blue, red, and orange variants.
That’s a potential five new colors for the LCD model. It is very possible that ‘grey’ and ‘white’ is referring to the Space Grey and Silver finishes as seen on the current iPhone X. The mock-up of the new iPhone is shown above by tinting an iPhone X, but note that the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is not expected to have a dual-camera system.
The relatively cheaper 6.1-inch LCD model iPhone will cost around $700. It will mostly resemble an iPhone X's design from the front. The multi-colored variant takes back to the iPhone 5c era when Apple rolled out a cheaper iPhone building sibling in colorful chassis. We are expecting three new iPhones to launch later this year; a spec-bump upgrade to the 5.8-inch iPhone X, a new 6.5-inch OLED ‘iPhone X Plus’, and a slim-bezel 6.1-inch LCD iPhone with Face ID. The LCD iPhone will hit nearly $700 price points by sacrificing 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. The 6.5-inch iPhone X will seemingly take the $999 price point, which means we should expect the 5.8-inch iPhone X to become $100 cheaper in a couple of months.