Even though Apple has begun to dictate the colors of phones over the past few years, the company has become a bit more conservative lately. From the vivid colors of the iPhone 5C models to the Gold and Rose Gold variants that were "copied" by all manufacturers at the time of introducing these variations, the company recently delivered the iPhone 8 and iPhone X in three, respectively two shades of color, the pink gold completely disappearing from the landscape. Only red color returned to iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in the PRODUCT (RED) campaign. It seems, however, that in the future, the company will diversify the palette, planning for the first time in pastel colors.
Taiwanese analyst Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities, who is responsible for much of the rumors about the next generation of iPhone, suggests that the "middle" iPhone, which will be the budget version of Apple's offer, will be delivered in five color variations. Some have been present on other Apple phones, but others are completely new, very unusual for this range of devices
Kuo claims that the 6.5 "screen will be available in white, black and a new golden tone, different from last year's iPhone 8. At the same time, the 6.1" be available in gray, white, blue, red and orange. These details suggest that a follower of the iPhone X could be delivered in the two colors of the currently available model: black and white only. If a red model is available from launch, this would be the first time we see an iPhone PRODUCT (RED) available from day one
It is rumored that the new iPhone will come for the first time with Dual-SIM functionality as well as a quick-connect charger in the box. All models will benefit from the Face ID through the True Depth camera, while all are likely to receive the new generation of Apple A12 processors. But there are reports suggesting that the basic 6.1 "screen model will only benefit from 2GB of RAM, while the iPhone X Plus will reach 4GB. It is unclear whether the iPhone X in the 5.8 "version will be upgraded to this chapter.