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06 July 2018, 05:30 | Jodi Jackson
The 5.8-inch iPhone X is the smallest compared to the iPhone 9 and iPhone X Plus
Apple is expected to launch several new models of its iPhone later this year.
The second generation iPhone X will still come in black and white, but this time a gold option is being added to the mix.
Thanks to a pricing strategy that will cater to a wider audience and bunch of new colors, Kuo expects the 2018 iPhones to do very well in terms of sales and ship 70 million units in Q4 this year. He also predicts that the rumored 6.5-inch OLED iPhone will launch in white, black, and a new gold tone.
It's anticipated that all of Apple's new flagship iPhones will be announced this September, especially if the company continues its previous iPhone release cadence.
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.
Last year, Apple released their most advanced phone yet, the iPhone X.
The three phones are expected to have large displays with the cut-out "notch" design of the iPhone X, and the two larger models are expected to have the dual-camera setup on the back that the X also has.
That's right. An orange iPhone could be on the way.
Some iPod models were available in as many as nine different colors.
This is all speculation at the moment, but it comes from Kuo who has often been correct about iPhone rumors in the past. Based on the report it is believed that the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone could retail for around $700 wheras the larger, premium 6.5-inch iPhone will cost somewhere in the ballpark of $1000, just like today's current iPhone X.
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