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Trusted Apple Insider Ming-Chi Kuo has released a report today which confirms that Apple might be planning to launch the new iPhones in multiple colours. The 6.1-inch LCD phone, however, could come in an array of colors, including gray, white, blue, orange, and red.

The successors to the iPhone X - which will come in 6.1- and 6.5-inch sizes - will be available in the traditional black and white, as well as in gold.

According to Mr. Kuo the 6.5-inch iPhone will match the price of the current iPhone X - $1000 - which could push the upcoming upgraded 5.8-inch iPhone down by at least $100. The inclusion of red, blue and orange is particularly interesting and would see the most colorful iPhone range since the iPhone 5c. Apple has also sold cases in the past to give you more color options. He believes that the 5.8-inch iPhone X will see its price knocked down to $899 and that Apple will release the LCD iPhone for around $700.

This tech lets the gadgets fully charge up in just half an hour and is now only available to people who own a USB-C charger for Macbook (which costs a whopping £79). Those features will, however, be available in the other models. And second, of the rumored six colors across the three phones, which one would appeal most?

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Ultimately, Kuo told investors that things are looking up for Apple, according to 9to5Mac.

With all of that said, despite the reliable nature of Kuo's reports, this information has not been officially confirmed by Apple yet.

Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhones in September.


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