Apple’s next-gen 6.1-inch LCD iPhone dummies leaked in new Red and Blue color options

“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.”

Next-gen iPhones in red, white, and blue (photo: Slashleaks)
Next-gen iPhones in red, white, and blue (photo: Slashleaks)

Read more in the full article here.

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).

SEE ALSO:
Apple’s 6.1-inch LCD iPhone said to come in colors: white, black, flash yellow, bright orange, electric blue, taupe, and gold – July 25, 2018
Analyst expects Apple’s 6.1-inch LCD iPhone to be delayed to October – July 25, 2018
Ming-Chi Kuo: Next-gen iPhone models will come in blue, red, orange and gold – July 6, 2018
Is the Apple iPhone lineup about to get more colorful? – May 14, 2018

18 Comments

    1. I respect Colin for his willingness to fight for a worthy and just cause. Way too many minorities are getting killed, and the law has some culpability in the statistics.

      I do not respect you for your willingness to diss Colin for exercising his rights to freedom of speech and peaceful protest.

      Lately, a lot of people are waving the flag and praising the Constitution…when it suits them. But those same people tend to sing a much more hypocritical tune when they don’t like the person or the subject matter.

      Colin was kneeling during the national anthem and people are getting upset? If you understood the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, you would understand that it is not up to you to define how someone else should act to be “patriotic.” Indeed, passive resistance is considered to be a fundamental tool in the evolution of democracies.

      Colin is being widely criticized in his own time. However, if this protest evolves similarly to past social protests, he will be praised in the future as one of the social leaders who advanced an important cause.

      People who get outraged at someone kneeling during the national anthem have too much time on their hands.

        1. There is always someone who takes the lead. That is no reason to disparage the people who follow a wise path. Martin Luther King was a leader, but his followers shared in the danger and the abuse.

          I find your viewpoint both parochial and juvenile. There is no substance to your position, so you resort to attacking others? Really?

          This is about life and death for a lot of people in this country. Your lack of understanding and compassion is a big part of the problem.

          1. It is unbelievable to me how much you value blind liberal symbolism that accomplished NOTHING. Go to bed early tonight sweetheart, things will look a lot brighter in the morning …

      1. i can respect him for wanting to make a change however not the way he choose to do it. What you need to keep in mind is he was at work… the laws to say and do what you want under the first amendment do not apply when you are being paid to be there and in violation of employers policies….. is not protected and not right. then to file a lawsuit claiming collusion against the NFL because people don’t want these distractions as part of their product only makes it worse in my opinion. I am all for protest and acknowledge inequality still exists in america, however…. dont take away from something i am paying for by causing a media frenzy at every game to advance your cause. IF he wants to go on tv and preach i am all for it, if he wants to donate to charity as he has done i am all for that but for something like SPORTS which people attend for enjoyment and to get away from the day to day drama of real life he needs to check that shit at the door. noone including the team owners and sponsors and fans should have to pay to have someone else’s viewpoint shoved in their face. I dont want to see it, hear about it, or hear the announcers talk about it when i am watching sports. Its on tv every single day on the news channels and the networks it does not need to be brought to sports or during work hours. Just my opinion and again nothing against protesting for change but dont take my time to do your work if i want to protest with you i will opt in at a time of my choosing but he has not right to choose for me.

        1. You may have a valid point (somewhere in there) if the NFL were not a legalized monopoly enabled by the U.S. Government. In this situation, it is unwise to attempt to apply rules developed for the free market.

          He is not forcing you to protest anything. And I fail to see how he is reducing your enjoyment of a sporting event that has not even started.

          I am amazed how some people are so eager to want to curtail the ability of an individual to kneel peacefully. One could argue, for instance, that kneeling is a more reverent sign of respect than standing. Some football players kneel and cross themselves in the end zone after scoring a TD. Should that be outlawed, too? Or should it be protected as an act of religion? I have seen coaches kneel on the sideline. But the only kneeling that you are concerned about is the kneeling of a minority person working for a monopoly organization that occurs during the national anthem? Do you get why I think that your position is indefensible in the context of the Constitution?

          You are worrying about something which hardly affects you, except in your overdeveloped sense of affront.

          1. “I am amazed how some people are so eager to want to curtail the ability of an individual to kneel peacefully.“

            I am TOTALLY AMAZED how clueless you are and don’t see it for what it really is. Third rate out of a job petulant child playing to the media.

            Colin has done far more DAMAGE to NFL than anyone in recent memory. Bottom line:
            Now tell me, of all the times he kneeled, HOW MANY LIVES HAVE BEEN SAVED?!?!?

            NONE!!! Typical symbolism media whore leftist …

      2. Oh….so, it’s ok to diss the Nation Anthem but, not ok to dis the ones who diss the Anthem and flag. You’re dissing me for dissing Krappernik’s dissing of the Flag. How is your dissing any different than mine?
        By your reasoning, I should be able to protest the killing of Christians by Muslims by wrapping up a Quoran in a prayer rug, setting it on fire then pissing on it. All during the National Anthem.
        Would you have too much time on your hands then…?

        1. You are hopeless. If you do not see the difference…if you do not recognize the idiocy of your retort, then you are hopeless.

          When you are desperate, you take an argument to ridiculous extremes and then throw up your hands. Personally, I could not care less if it were a Quoran or a Bible. You are free to wrap it up in a prayer rug or a nun’s habit. But you would not be allowed to set it on fire because that would violate the stadium code. And you could not piss on it because your would be exposing yourself in public, which is also a violation. Is that clear enough?

          1. Anti-Fa gets to burn shit in public. Hell, they even get to beat the fuck out people that don’t think like they do. All in the name of free speech and their’s is the righteous cause. All while the Lib leaders tell the cops not to violet their right to free expression.

      3. “I respect Colin for his willingness to fight for a worthy and just cause. Way too many minorities are getting killed, and the law has some culpability in the statistics.”

        Like in Chicago the city run by a Democrat mayor and murder capital of the U.S.?

        Tell me, how many lives were saved by the media spoiled petulant child dumped quarterback kneeling and out of a job? HOW MANY???

        Answer: NONE! See this is the problem with leftists such as yourself that praise symbolism over substance and RESULTS. The real world deals in REALITY and not wishful fairy tale idealism.

        “he will be praised in the future as one of the social leaders who advanced an important cause.”

        Really? What exactly did he advance? Don’t bother, I know the answer.

        “People who get outraged at someone kneeling during the national anthem have too much time on their hands.”

        Yes, I have a lot of time on my hands. Sorry to read you have a problem with that.

        Bottom line: Colin is a has been disrespectful inadequate employee that is out of a job and disrupted and besmirched every NFL game. The viewership numbers are way down and that will now continue. Thank you NIKE for adding to the DECLINE.

        I belong to an American Legion Post that passed a club rule to boycott ALL NFL games on club TVs.

        Stick that in your activist pipe and smoke it …

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