New IPhones Are Coming In Gold, Red, Blue, And Orange Colors

Posted: Jul 6 2018, 7:57am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
New iPhones are Coming in Gold, Red, Blue, and Orange Colors
2018 iPhones Color Concepts by 9to5Mac
  • Apple to Launch 2018 iPhones in Gold, Red, Blue, and Orange Colors

A Bad News for Samsung. Novel Apple iPhone Series will come in Choices of Gold, Red, Blue and Orange Hues

Apple will most probably be introducing its novel iPhone series which will arrive in a number of colors ranging from gold to red to blue and orange. The schedule for this is later on in the present year.

These iPhones will include an iPhone X, an iPhone X Plus, and a 6.1-inch version as well. This third one will sell for about $600 to $700 in the US of A. The present-day iPhone X has only space grey and silver hues in it.

At the least, two of the upcoming iPhones will have many more colors in them. The iPhone X will probably be available in black, white and gold hues. As for the 6.1-inch model, it will feature a wide range of colors, according to MacRumors.

These include red, blue, orange, grey and white. What more could one ask for? The current iPhone X may have come in a golden hue had not Apple Inc faced some production hassles.

The issue was the anodization of the metal body of the iPhone to accommodate the gold color. Apple even experimented with a prototypical model of iPhone X in a gold color.

Now though Apple has finally accomplished the gold color in the iPhone X. The beautiful rainbow of funky colors that the new series of iPhones are coming in means that they will be up for grabs among consumers. The novel Apple iPhone series will come in red, blue and orange hues besides the usual gold.

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