“The more affordable 6.1-inch iPhone expected to launch this year won’t be as exciting as its pricier siblings, but it seems Apple has some tricks up its sleeve to make it more appealing,” Killian Bell reports for Cult of Mac. “New photos reveal some of the fancier color options buyers will be able to choose from, including red and blue.”
“Several reliable tipsters have previously claimed that the 6.1-inch iPhone will come in a number of new colors, including red, blue, yellow, orange, and pink,” Bell reports. “The latest leak gives us our first sneak peek at two of them.”
“These photos, published by Slashleaks, reveal the new iPhone in a deep red and dark blue,” Bell reports. “A white model that looks similar to a white iPhone 8 is sandwiched between the two.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Rough lighting makes it difficult to judge, but we expect Apple will have nailed the colors they unveil (under proper lighting) on September 12th. A wide range of color choice will help sell Apple’s 6.1-inch LCD iPhone (even if the vast majority of owners will immediately plop the things into cases covering up Apple’s carefully considered color choices).
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