Today is the day where we finally get to talk about all the color options that we are going to see with this year’s line-up of iPhones. We admit that this is an exciting moment for some people, but others might not think that color options are that relevant when compared to other specs, such as a good camera or RAM but to each their own, we will not judge you on that.
What are the new colors?
Well, we are just months away from the moment when Apple is set to release its new line-up of devices for 2018. There are no confirmed release events as of yet, but we are basing our statements on previous release date patterns that the tech giant has followed. Now that this is out of the way, former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has come up with some new statements about the color options of the devices. Since he is well-known in the community for his well-researched leaks and the fact that they always turn out to be the truth, we are going to listen to what he has to say on this matter.
He has stated that this year’s iPhones are going to come in what he calls “a plethora of colors.” The most interesting one of all, at least for the giant 6.5-inch OLED iPhone is the gold variant. There was the talk of adding a gold option for the device way back with iPhone X, but they changed it last minute. The gold color will be seen on the glass back of the device.
When we talk about the entry level 6.1-inch LCD iPhone or iPhone 9 for that matter, we will refer to a whole different color scheme. Out of the two, the LCD one is the cheaper option, but that does not mean that it is going to be more limited color options wise. The colors that we are talking about here include the traditional versions that we previously knew and a grey, blue, orange, and red color option as well.
It does look quite rainbow-y when you think about it, but all of these color options will allow users to have the freedom and choose what they like the best. If they want something more colorful, they will not have to go for a colorful case and just buy a device that they love. We admit that we like how Apple planned this out since it is something new that we have not seen in some time. Yes, it is not tech related in the traditional sense, but it still is enjoyable.