If true, it would be the first expansion of color options since the iPhone 5C launched in 2013. The company is expected to unveil a new 5.8-inch OLED iPhone, a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, and a 6.5-inch OLED iPhone. The speculated 6.1-inch LED iPhone may debut in white, blue, red, grey, and orange.
The reliable source says that the larger 6.5-inch iPhone X will arrive in black, white, and a new gold colour.
A report from longtime Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, whose connections to various parts of Apple's supply chain in Asia have landed him a string of accurate product predictions over the years, suggests that the next model of the iPhone will come in a wider range of colors.
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Aside from new color options, Kuo floated some possible pricing for Apple's upcoming handsets.
Something to look forward to: As sleek and attractive as Apple's iPhones tend to be, it's tough to deny that their colors are often quite bland.
These possible four or five iPhone colors would be fairly new territory for Apple. The top tier 6.5-inch iPhone will share those colors as well as the dual camera and will cost $1000. Two of these will succeed the iPhone X and feature OLED displays. At the same time, the analyst also predicts a smaller 5.8-inch iPhone X.
There's no official word from Apple when these new phones will be unveiled but it's likely Apple will reveal all in early September.