Apple is tipped to launch iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in Red colour variant

Apple is tipped to launch iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in Red colour variant

Apple is tipped to launch iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in Red colour variant

After introducing Black and Jet Black colour variants, Apple is tipped to launch iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in Red colour variant as well.

As per the reports on Macotakara, in the coming year, the smartphones will include a Red colour option into the already offered variants of Rose Gold, Gold, Black, and Jet Black. Further, the reports claimed that the successors would be dubbed as iPhone 7s and iPhhone 7s Plus, shunning away the rumours of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus designation to mark the 10 year anniversary.

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In addition, the iPhone 7and iPhone will not be coming with wireless charging or the shift to glass casing. However, the smartphone will see a hardware upgrade that is the devices will come with a new ‘more powerful’ A11 chipset.  The  new chip will be released along with the new Red colour variant.

The KGI report had also revealed an almost related story. The report said that the company would launch three variants, one of which being the iPhone 8 premium model, on its 10th Anniversary. The iPhone 8 will come with notable upgrades such as bezel-less curved OLED display, an optical fingerprint scanner, no Home Button, an all-glass casing. However contrary to the Macotakara report which suggested that the wireless charging will only come with iPhone 8 premium model, the KGI report suggests that the wireless charging could be incorporated into all the three models.

As a result of a shortage of OLED panels supply, Apple has allegedly decided to release OLED display only on the premium variant of iPhone 8 and the other two iPhone variants will be coming with LCD displays. Having said that, these are just various reports from various sources, and Apple might change its strategy prior to production of new iPhones.

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