Apple Rumoured To Make iPhones Colourful Again

Rumors indicate that Apple is planning to release three new iPhones this year-two with pricey OLED screens, and an entry-level LCD model.

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.

According to a new report from 9to5Mac based on data from reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is going to add a bunch of color options with this year's iPhones.

According to the report, the forthcoming affordable 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will be available in grey, white, blue, red, and orange.

While it is unclear as to whether the white and gray colors mentioned are the existing Silver and Space Gray iPhone X colors that are available today, and even if they are, that means we can expect four new colors across the range.

Apple's iPhone line typically offers a relatively small set of colors, with silver, gold, and black usually being the three options at launch, later joined by a Product (RED) variant.

If the rumour is true, after years of pale handsets clad in various shades of gold, the upcoming iPhone lineup would be Apple's most colourful handset release since the iPhone 5C back in 2013. Also reportedly on tap is an upgraded 5.8-inch iPhone X.

It remains to be seen if the red color Kuo is predicting will be a Product (RED) variant, like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are now offered in. A cheaper LCD iPhone will round out the offerings at 6.1 inches; to hit a lower price point, it will be missing some of the premium features of the iPhone X.

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