Apple could imminently launch a new red iPhone model. It would be a new finish for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus that would be the successor of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Plus (RED) that already launched last year and that was the first red iPhone in Apple's history.
Since the launch of the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plsu, as well as the iPhone X, there have been many rumors about this new color for these devices, and according to Virgin Mobile your ad could be as imminent as this Monday. The new iPhone have the glass back, so the finish will be significantly different from the previous models They had the aluminum backside.
The announcement has been made to Virgin Mobile employees, who have been told that the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in red will be announced tomorrow, and will enter its catalog from that moment. According to the text that has reached the employees, and to which MacRumors has had access, at the moment it will not be available in its catalog for direct sale, but will have to make reservation with availability from the end of the month. We do not know if Apple will follow this same strategy in its online Apple Store, or if they will be available from tomorrow.
The rumors also talked about an iPhone X in this color, but the Virgin Mobile document makes no reference to this iPhone model, so it could be that Apple limited this color to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, leaving out your smartphone star, the iPhone X. Recall that last year Apple launched this new color through a press release, next to the iPad 2017. This year has dedicated an event to the launch of the iPad 2018, but could repeat statement for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in red, to which we could add the iPhone X, and who knows if the expected AirPower, the wireless charging base compatible with the new smartphones, the new AirPods (pending release too) and the Apple Watch Series 3.
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