The next iPhone might actually come in some interesting colors

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Alongside the details of their colors, he also provided an estimate of their pricing along with an estimated sales figure.

Kuo's predictions indicate that the higher-end models still won't see quite as many options in terms of visuals, but there could be a new gold option for the larger 6.5-inch OLED display model, the most expensive one expected this year. The current iPhone X, at 5.8 inches, will receive an improvement in specs, while a new 6.5-inch OLED iPhone X Plus will retail for around $1000.

As for the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, it will launch at a $700 price point.

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Apple could release a new iPhone later this year that comes in several colors, including "grey, white, blue, red, and orange".

Kuo also mentions the 6.1-inch LED iPhone, which will supposedly come in a larger color range with the bolder color choices of blue and orange alongside the staple red, grey and white variants too. Will the red version be a (PRODUCT) RED version? It could also mean that Apple will release a standard Red variant of its 6.1-inch iPhone and not a Product (Red) one. The company had taken a similar strategy with the iPhone 5c a few years ago when it launched the handset in a multitude of colors to attract young consumers.

The image at the top of this article is a concept from 9To5Mac based on this report, but Kuo didn't give any insight into the exact shades we'll see for the new phone so if it happens don't expect any of the colors to look identical to the ones pictured above.

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