The company is expected to launch three new iPhone devices this year - a refreshed 5.8-inch iPhone X, a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone with slim bezels, and a larger 6.5-inch OLED display iPhone with dual-SIM support.
Apple has tended to stick to rather muted colors for most of its iPhone models, though with Rose Gold being added to the range as of the iPhone 6s, and a Product (RED) iPhone first seen in the iPhone 7. The speculated 6.1-inch LED iPhone may debut in white, blue, red, grey, and orange.
Apple has selected Pegatron as the primary manufacturer of its three new iPhones set for release this fall, reports the Taipei Times.
Nonetheless, for more on the possible colors for Apple's 2018 iPhones, follow on over to 9to5Mac.
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A bigger 6.5-inch OLED-equipped iPhone, rumored to be a "plus" version of last year's X, is also reportedly coming, and will be available in 3 colors: black, white, and a new gold color.
As a reminder, prices for the two OLED models would sit between $800 and $900 for the 5.8-inch display $900 and $1000 for the larger screen.
Some iPod models were available in as many as nine different colors.
"With competitive pricing and the new attractive colors, Kuo is raising his predictions for iPhone sales", the report notes. So yes, that means we might actually see a consumer release of that gold iPhone X that the FCC posted a photo of back in April. 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.