Apple plans for more color options in iPhone X to boost sales

Apple iPhone X Color

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It is reported that Apple could introduce a color variation of the latest iPhone X. As of now, the iPhone X is available in two color variations – Space Gray and silver finishes. Apple is expecting to boost the sales of the flagship smartphone. Mac Otakara, a Japanese language blog has reported it, without mentioning any proper source.

The color, though isn’t officially confirmed yet, is reported to be blush gold. Last year, by the end of March, quite similar steps were taken by Apple. Back then they introduced a red colored special edition iPhone 7. Another device, reportedly a low-tier 9.7-inch Apple iPad launch will bring the revamped product in the third quarter of the current year.

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Benjamin Geskin, the well-known parts leaker has reportedly revealed the alleges hue, in which it appears to include an iPhone X chassis and SIM card tray. Since there’s no scope of verification, It can’t be said for sure if they are authentic or not. Quite similar claims were raised by Geskin, previously, at the time of the launch of iPhone X.

The revamped 9.7-inch sixth-generation iPad will make it to the market by the third quarter of 2018. It was just last week, when Bloomberg predicted this upcoming low-cost 9.7-inch iPad model at a special event, taking place in Chicago. With this device, Apple is reportedly trying to target the education market. With an upgraded processor and Apple Pencil support, it is expected to turn out to be quite handy for the students. But just like the new Apple iPhone X color, this one doesn’t have any strong source as well. Apple could also repeat the incidents of the last year, when they announced the fifth-generation iPad in a standard press release, skipping the usual launch event fanfare.

Via: AppleInsider

Apple plans for more color options in iPhone X to boost sales