It was reported yesterday that this year's iPhones will come in a range of new colors, with the "iPhone X Plus" model expected to be available in gold in addition to the silver/white and space gray of the existing iPhone X. Per 9to5Mac, the rumored 6.5-inch OLED iPhone is to arrive in black, white, and a new gold, while the 6.1-inch variation is optioned in grey, white, blue, red, and orange.
The final device Apple is planning to release isn't technically a new device; Rather, it will be an iPhone X with slightly beefier specs. Phew! The red, of course, is part of their (PRODUCT) RED line.
Nonetheless, for more on the possible colors for Apple's 2018 iPhones, follow on over to 9to5Mac.
LG Display might be ramping up its OLED production, just for Apple to use these screens in its upcoming iPhone lineup, which is said to include two models that will be running the aforementioned display tech.
The latest report shows the 6.5-inch phone will be offered in black, white and gold. It first took this approach with the plastic-cased iPhone 5c, and is reportedly doing so again this year, with brighter colors limited to the cheaper LCD model.
This is all speculation at the moment, but it comes from Kuo who has often been correct about iPhone rumors in the past.
Kuo expects the LCD model to be most popular of the three. All the new iPhones will sport a design similar to the current iPhone X, though the LCD variant (and likely the 5.8-inch variant) is expected to lack dual-camera system.