Apple could launch an iPhone with a new color tomorrow - NewCydiaTweaks


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Monday, March 26, 2018

Apple could launch an iPhone with a new color tomorrow

Although the rumors are scarce, tomorrow we could see a new color for the iPhone X and iPhone 8 to help boost sales.
About the concrete color, we do not have more data, but there is the possibility of seeing a red (Product) RED, a rose gold or the "Blush Gold" .
In addition to the new color, surely we see a new iPad with a cheaper price with support for the Apple Pencil.

New colors in the latest iPhone

iPhone X gold
The event tomorrow, surely will not have many new features in hardware, where most of the event will be focused on the educational platform that Apple makes available to schools.
But if there are many rumors, where even Mark Gurman already pronounced , stating that yes we will see some updates of some devices, including the iPad of 9.7 "and a small possibility of a new MacBook with a lower price.
On the iPhone, we remember that the iPhone 7 (Product) RED  was launched in March of last year, where it helped to promote the sales of this terminal. So we could see the same move on the part of Californians, where some customers could decide to buy a new iPhone.
Mac Otakara believe that Apple is preparing a new color to be released tomorrow, so it could be the "Blush Gold" , which we talked to you a few weeks ago on NewCydiaTweaks. This color has been listening since last summer, where it was assumed that Apple would launch a new copper-like color .
In the last weeks, it was also talking about the launch of a gold color . A color that Apple used with the launch of the iPhone 5s and of which, this last generation still does not enjoy. So the bets are wide for this Japanese blog information.
We remind that the event will be tomorrow from 17:00 hours (Spain), where Apple will not broadcast the event live , as it usually does in events. Still, we will be very attentive to bring you all the news planned in this March event.

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