It's time to start picturing new iPhone X colors, just not this green... or this violet

We'd be very surprised if what is shown here isn't aftermarket iPhone X rears, or elaborate knockoffs out of China, but the panels are certainly a food for thought about Apple's upcoming iPhone trio in the fall. The iPhone X is currently only available in the classic white and black versions (officially dubbed Silver and Space Gray), but rumor has it Apple may introduce new colors for it, or its successor this year, to spice the variety up. Moreover, it has been hard enough for Apple to produce a sufficient amount of units at the beginning, thanks to the complicated TrueDepth camera, that it didn't want to add yet another hue complexity to the production process to manage.

This year, however, the production kinks must have already been ironed out, and Apple could introduce new colors for its notch-y iPhones. Now, what would these colors be? While we already rendered out the iPhone 9's eventual colors, now claimed new iPhone X (or Xs) color models posted on a Mac forum, and subsequently deleted, are showing the phone in green and violet.

Apple's fall crop is now all expected to sport OLED displays - previously the "affordable" 6.1-inch iPhone was said to come with LCD panel - and notches housing a TrueDepth camera kit. The rumored iPhone X Product RED edition didn't materialize, but Apple is now expected to offer more colors for its fresh 2018 iPhone cohort, or else... someone will be disappointed there is no "Peel Green" or "Violet" versions of phones that are likely to land at $800+ price tags. Whew!

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  • Display 5.8 inches 2436 x 1125 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Dual camera) 7 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A11 Bionic 3GB RAM
  • Storage 256GB, not expandable
  • Battery 2716 mAh
  • OS iOS 14.x


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