Apple iPhone 8 is all set to be unveiled very soon, along with the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus. A couple of days back, we had reported that the smartphone will be offered in three color options and the image showed the smartphone in black, white and copper color. Well, now, we have a new report which suggests that the copper color will be called “Blush Gold”.
Yes, this news comes all the way from China and it says that the new copper looking color will indeed be called “Blush Gold”. Another important thing to note here is the fact that this new color variant will replace the existing Rose gold color variant. Yes, if you are a fan of the Rose gold color, then, unfortunately, you won’t be able to buy the new iPhone 8 in that color, or at least, that’s what the rumors suggest.
Additionally, it has also been reported that this alleged new color will only be available with the 64GB and the 128GB storage configuration. Well, as of now, we are not entirely sure if these two will be the only storage configuration or if there will be a 256GB variant as well. And if there is a 256GB variant, then it is quite surprising that this color variant won’t be made available in that configuration. Well, it is also possible that this report is factually incorrect as well and hence we suggest you take this piece of information with a pinch of salt.
However, as far as the color variant is concerned, it has been confirmed by multiple sources that the upcoming iPhone 8 will indeed be offered in three color variants. Having said that, if you are planning to buy the iPhone 8, then, in any case, you should be ready shed some serious cash since the smartphone is not expected to be “cheap”. It has been reported that the iPhone 8 will cost upwards of $1000, which will obviously translate into a huge amount in India.
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Hence, we would like to know your thoughts on this. Would you be interested in buying the new iPhone 8 when it comes to India and if yes, then at what price would you be comfortable buying it? Be sure to let us know by dropping a comment down below, letting us know your thoughts.
Via – 9to5Mac