New 6.1-inch iPhone Dummy Units Reveal New Color Options

The 2020 iPhones are expected to consist of three models, two of which will be OLED models, and one will be a 6.1-inch LCD model. We have also heard rumors that Apple could be looking to introduce new color options, and if a recent photo posted onto Slashleaks by user Leakspinner, it seems that the 6.1-inch model will have at least three color options to choose from.

In the photo above, it depicts three dummy units of the 6.1-inch iPhone where it appears that the phone will be available in red, white, and what looks like a dark blue finish. White iPhones aren’t exactly new, but it’s good to see that the color option will be sticking around. As for red, Apple has released (PRODUCT)RED iPhones in the past, so it is unclear if this red will be for (PRODUCT)RED or it will be available as a regular model.

The dark blue option is interesting as this will be a first for the iPhone lineup. Based on these colors it seems that Apple could be approaching the 6.1-inch model the same way as the iPhone 5c which was launched in a bunch of colorful finishes. There doesn’t appear to be a black finish so it is unclear if black will be an option.

A recent rumor has also confirmed the pricing of Apple’s new iPhones where the 6.1-inch model could be priced starting at $699. This more or less brings the pricing of Apple’s iPhones back to the days of the iPhone 6 Plus/6s Plus where they were priced around the $600 mark. Apple’s larger iPhone Xs Max is also rumored to be priced at $999, maintaining the price of last year’s iPhone X.

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