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Thursday, 5 July 2018

The 4 colors in which the new iPhone would come according to the best-known analyst and filter in the sector



Ming-Chi Kuo, popular Apple product analyst, today presented his estimates about the iPhone line of 2018 .

Additionally, he wanted to share a rather curious prediction. We are talking about the new colors of the iPhone 9 and iPhone 9 Plus models that will arrive at the end of September.

But Ming-Chi Kuo did not want to stop here. In addition, he also mentioned that the iPhone model with 6.5-inch OLED screen will have a price that will be around 1,000 euros, as the current iPhone X.


More details on the iPhone 9 and iPhone 9 Plus
Apparently, the next-gen smartphone commonly known as "iPhone X Plus" would have dual SIM and cost more than 1,000 euros . On the other hand, the "low-cost" model with 6.1-inch LCD screen would only cost around 700 euros.

The new iPhone of 2018 could arrive in a wide range of completely new colors. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the model with 6.5-inch screen will be available in black, white and a new gold color . As for the model with 6.1-inch screen, will come in colors "gray, white, blue, red and orange."

But the nomenclature of these colors have seemed very simple. Apple will probably decorate each version in the "space gray" style with nomenclatures such as ruby ​​red, pink gold, copper, night blue, etc.


We do not know if they will be exactly these colors, although we hope so, but we do know that it is most likely that four options are available . Although perhaps the company choose to wait for the launch of an iPhone 9 (PRODUCT) RED instead of presenting a red iPhone. What do you think?

We should not take these predictions of Ming-Chi Kuo lightly. It would not be the first time he hits all his estimates . In fact, we are talking about the most popular analyst and that most real leaks have published.

Via | 9to5mac

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