Apple has selected Pegatron as the primary manufacturer of its three new iPhones set for release this fall, reports the Taipei Times. The new phones will all come in white, black, and gold, but the smallest model will also come in grey, blue, red and orange, Kuo's report said, according to 9to5Mac.
Last year, Apple released their most advanced phone yet, the iPhone X. However, given the popularity of smartphones with red color among consumers, the company might offer the LCD iPhone with a slightly different shade of red right at launch.
Where things get exciting is for those interested in the cheaper 6.1-inch LCD iPhone which, according to Kuo, will ship in grey, white, blue, red, and orange variants.
With the iPhone X 2018 launch getting ever closer the rumours about this new phone are coming thick and fast.
This is all speculation at the moment, but it comes from Kuo who has often been correct about iPhone rumors in the past. Meanwhile, a larger and more high-end 6.5-inch iPhone may be offered in black, white and gold, as reported by 9to5Mac.
As for the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, it will launch at a $700 price point. While the mid-range 6.1 inch iPhone will come with a single rear camera, probably similar with the iPhone 8. Both iOS and macOS are receiving significant changes with the upcoming iOS 12 and macOS Mojave software updates, and now reports suggest Apple's newest iPhones are just around the corner.
Out of the three new iPhones for the year, two will jointly take the crown for users attention.