The 6.1-inch LCD 2018 iPhone will have a larger lineup including blue, red and orange.
Kuo expects the new iPhones to launch this year, but we don't have a specific release date yet. It could also mean that Apple will release a standard Red variant of its 6.1-inch iPhone and not a Product (Red) one.
This year's iPhones may give you a few new color options to choose from, according to a report by Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo, obtained by MacRumors. But the 6.1 inch mid-range model will come in a variety of colors like blue, orange, red, black, white, and gold.
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It's interesting to see that Apple continues to prefer its cheaper models for experimenting with colors, which is an understandable move, as the launch of more options creates more fragmentation and could end up resulting in more unsold units for specific colors, making them unprofitable.
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.
Considering the popularity of transparent case mods for the Nintendo Switch, I really don't think that's too much to ask. For around $900 there will be a new 5.8-inch iPhone with a dual camera, OLED screen and a choice of Gold, Space Grey and Silver colors. With a $1,000 price tag, it's likely that this device will be replacing the iPhone X as Apple's flagship device. 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.