As we are getting closer to September 12, the day Apple will officially unveil its upcoming iPhone lineup including its tenth-anniversary edition Apple iPhone X, a new piece of information continues crossing our paths. Needless to say, it’s that time of the year when Apple traditionally releases new iPhone, and this year will be no different at all except for radical design changes they are said to employ this time around.
We’ve come across a lot of reports so far suggesting tenth anniversary iPhone would be called Apple iPhone X. Not just that, Apple is also said to release last year’s Apple iPhone 7 (Review) and Apple iPhone 7 Plus (Review) successors in the form of forthcoming Apple iPhone 8 and Apple iPhone 8 Plus.
According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple iPhone will be available in three colour options like silver, black, and blush gold. No matter what iPhone X variant you decide to purchase, it is likely to feature black front panel. So far we’ve Apple selling red, gold, white, silver, or rose gold iPhone models, and all of them flaunt white front panels.
Taking radical design changes in the account, nothing is impossible with forthcoming Apple iPhone lineup. But since we’ve no official confirmation on any of these reports, we recommend you to consume all the information with nothing but a pinch of salt.
In other news, many reports indicate Apple’s plans to get rid of TouchID in favour of Face ID. We’ve already seen a renowned iOS developer Steven Troughton-Smith spilling the beans about many key details such as RAM allotments and device names, thanks to a leaked iOS 11 build which is said to expected to roll out to wider audience pretty soon.