So far, we have seen dummy models of the Apple iPhone X in White, Gold and Black. However, a new video discovered today indicates that there could be a red version of the premium tenth anniversary iPhone. The video appears to have been filmed inside a showroom. Of course, tomorrow is the big day as the most eagerly awaited iPhone model in years is finally unwrapped by Apple after months and months of rumors and leaks.
This past weekend, Apple played Indian giver with a Gold Master of iOS 11 by first leaking the final version of the new OS, and then taking it down. The leak still revealed a ton of information pertaining to the 2017 iPhone models, including the names of the new handsets. While we expect to see the Apple iPhone X, Apple iPhone 8 and Apple iPhone8 Plus take the stage tomorrow, yesterday's leak also clued us in on what the Face ID (face recognition) UI will look like. Without Touch ID on the iPhone X, Apple will count on face recognition to unlock the phone parts wholesale and to verify the user's identity. Other leaks included the new wallpaper for iOS 11, information on the hexa-core A11 Fusion processor, the iPad Pro's True Tone display which is moving over to the iPhone X, and more.
Right now, we are looking at the possibility that there will be four color options for the iPhone X, not three as originally expected. That is, if the video found at the top of the story is legit. Would red be one of your top color choices for the phone spare parts ? As we told you this morning, the Gold model might be hard to find when the tenth anniversary model of the iPhone is officially launched. That is rumored to take place on September 22nd. Pre-orders are rumored to begin on September 15th.