Apple Rumoured to Make iPhones Colourful Again

Apple might release new iPhone colors this year, including red, blue, and orange (AAPL)

The next iPhone might actually come in some interesting colors

After years of skirting the USB based charging standards for its iPhones, Apple seems to have finally conceded its ground and let the popular new Type-C USB cable take over the charging dominion in its upcoming phones.

A new report from reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo - and spotted by 9To5Mac - predicts the new range of iPhones will come in more colors, and even shares some of the names.

Starting out with the 6.5-inch iPhone X-like device, the belief is that we can expect black, white and gold to be available while the less costly 6.1-inch LCD phone will be the most colorful; gray, white, blue, red and orange are the colors set to be on offer.

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Last year, Apple released their most advanced phone yet, the iPhone X. They said Apple will also release a more affordable iPhone with a 6.1 inch LCD display.

These possible four or five iPhone colors would be fairly new territory for Apple. The 6.1-inch LCD 2018 iPhone will have a larger lineup including blue, red and orange.

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.

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Now it's feared that a lot of people's iPhone chargers will soon be out of date and unable to juice up the latest Apple smartphones. Leaks which reportedly originated from the Federal Communications Commission suggest a gold version of the iPhone X has been in the pipeline for a while. Apple is also turning its back on 3D Touch, a stainless steel frame, and a dual-camera system in that version, according to the report. The $1000 6.5-inch iPhone will come in a new gold variant, along with the usual black (Space Grey) and white (Silver) finishes.

Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhones in September.

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