Apple Rumored to Launch Red ‘iPhone 7s’ and ‘iPhone 7s Plus’ in 2017

Apple is prototyping as many as ten next-generation iPhone models, and most analysts agree that the company will probably launch a trio of new handsets next year: an ‘iPhone 8’ with a wraparound OLED screen and all-new industrial design and LCD-based ‘iPhone 7s’ and ‘iPhone 7s Plus’ models. According to a new report Wednesday from the fairly reliable Japanese outlet Mac Otakara, LCD iPhones may come in a brand new Red color option.

The report says that Apple will make the regular changes, including a faster A11 processor under the hood, but that the other alterations to the device will all be under-the-hood. It will retain the same all-aluminum design that’s present in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

There will be one external change, though: A new color. According to the report, Apple will launch the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in Space Gray, Jet Black, Gold, Rose Gold, Silver, and a brand new Red option.

It’s expected that Apple will launch three phones next year, two of which will retain LCD displays at the very least, measuring in at 4.7 and 5.5 inches. The third handset is said to boast an OLED panel, an all-glass design, wireless charging, and more.

Neither device will have wireless charging or glass chassis, said Mac Otakara.

Source: Mac Otakara (Google Translate)


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