Earlier, it was reported that iPhone 2018 models would arrive in vibrant colors. However, there is a new twist in the story as reports from Macotakara revealed that Apple has plans not to include red in its palette.
Notably, Macotakara’s reports contradict Ming-Chi Kuo’s predictions of the colorful iPhone 2018 range, which might include gold, grey, white, blue, red and orange.
No Red for 6.1-inch 2018 iPhone: Macotakara Reports
Kuo had reported that Apple would release its iPhone 6.1 inch in gold, grey, white, blue, red, and orange. However, Macotakara said that 6.1-inch LCD would come in colors similar to that of the iPhone X leather case lineup.
The fresh reports claim that the 6.1-inch iPhone may come in white, black, flash yellow, bright orange, electric blue, taupe, or gold. This obviously reminds users of the range of colors Apple offered with the iPhone 5c, which was released in green, blue, yellow, pink, and white.
Macotakara doesn’t give a hint of 6.1-inch iPhone coming in red as reported by Kuo. However, Apple may surprise users with the red iPhone during its mid-year release as it did with iPhone 8.
If you compare the predictions made by Kuo and Macotakara, you will see the striking difference between the colors of 2018 iPhone.
Users will find some color in their iPhones after 5c, which was promoted as low-priced iPhone. Following this, people can expect a lower price of 6.1-inch iPhone as well.
Along with the colorful range of iPhone 6.1-inch models, Apple may release its higher-end iPhone X in gold. When FCC leaked the prototypes of iPhone X in 2017, users believed that Apple was planning to release its iPhone X in gold. But this came out to be a myth only.
Every year, before the launch of iPhones, bloggers create much hype to raise users’ expectations and curiosity. Sometimes, users’ expectations are fulfilled, and sometimes, they are disappointed. Let’s see if Apple keeps the red or leave the users red-faced.
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