After years of skirting the USB based charging standards for its iPhones, Apple seems to have finally conceded its ground and let the popular new Type-C USB cable take over the charging dominion in its upcoming phones.
Reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is reporting that Apple's 2018 iPhones will be available in a variety of colors.
The 6.1-inch LCD iPhone is reported to offer the choice of gray, white, blue, red and orange. In fact, Apple called the device "the most colorful iPhone yet" when it was released in 2013.
This isn't like the Rose Gold color we've seen on some previous Apple handsets though, we would expect it to look more like the iPhone SE's gold shade. The budget 6.1-inch iPhone X is expected to ship in grey, white, blue, red, and orange, according to the report.
Now, black isn't anything new for Apple, and it's possible that white and grey could just mean Apple's current silver and space grey finishes, but that would still leave iPhone fans with three (or four) bold new colours to choose from (depending on what kind of gold Apple goes with).
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The colors are the most recent rumors to come out from 9to5MAC. While the mid-range 6.1 inch iPhone will come with a single rear camera, probably similar with the iPhone 8.
In fact, the new A12 brains in the iPhone X for 2018 appears to be 10 per cent faster than the previous generation.
A 6.5-inch, OLED screen iPhone X Plus.
An incremental upgrade of the iPhone X with a 5.8-inch, OLED screen.
This tech lets the gadgets fully charge up in just half an hour and is now only available to people who own a USB-C charger for Macbook (which costs a whopping £79).