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Relentless Power

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Is it possible these are true colors? Maybe. I don’t trust ‘Slashleaks’ at all though.
 
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Relentless Power

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Looks like iPhone SE, 6S and iPhone 8 will be all eliminated.

Not even close. What would make you even think that, based on these few images? The iPhone 8 was just released last year, which will likely very much remain in their lineup. The iPhone 6s might be deleted, but the SE might exist still.
 
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Johnluke91

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Not even close. What would make you even think that, based on these few images? The iPhone 8 was just released last year, which will likely very much remain in their lineup. The iPhone 6s might be deleted, but the SE might exist still.

You work for Apple?

In the first image (if it is real) the site section is depicted for the comparison of the iPhone models, where the new iPhone 7 (Xcode appears) iPhone 9 and the two iPhone XS.

In addition, the elimination of a iPhone after one year after the introduction is something that Apple has already done.
 
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JPack

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No white color (contradicts Kuo's prediction).

But I want to believe.
 
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Relentless Power

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In addition, the elimination of a iPhone after one year after the introduction is something that Apple has already done.

Literally, Nothing at all suggests the iPhone 8 will be eliminated from this year‘s lineup. Based on Your theory, so you’re suggesting Apple deletes the iPhone 8, but retains iPhone 7? Can you explain how that makes any logical sense?
 
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Johnluke91

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The iPhone 8 doesn't have the antenna lines in the back, because it is glass. The iPhone on the left has the antenna lines.
I repeat, if the image is real, that is my thinking.
You can clearly see the iPhone 8 in the picture showing a family of 4 phones Lol.

iPhone 8, 6.1” LCD, 5.8” OLED and 6.5” OLED.

I’m not sold on “iPhone 9” though.
 
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martin2345uk

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The iPhone 8 doesn't have the antenna lines in the back, because it is glass. The iPhone on the left has the antenna lines.
I repeat, if the image is real, that is my thinking.

He makes a good point. This is why I’m gonna go for “fake” as I can’t see why they’d keep the 7 and ditch the 8.
 
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JPack

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Looks like iPhone SE, 6S and iPhone 8 will be all eliminated.

The "comparison" collage only includes the most recent iPhone models. I don't think you can make a determination based on these screenshots.

The current comparison on Apple.com shows iPhone 8 and X. Similarly, the comparison for iPad only shows the 2018, 10.5", and 12.9".
 
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JPack

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The iPhone 8 doesn't have the antenna lines in the back, because it is glass. The iPhone on the left has the antenna lines.
I repeat, if the image is real, that is my thinking.

The image is believable in that the "iPhone 7SE" being pictured has a new antenna line design. I've not seen an image like this before. I'd say this is a believable leak.
 
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Johnluke91

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You're right, that photo includes the SE.

But that comparison collage does not show iPhone 6s even though it's a current product.

True.
Perhaps because the 6S is the least recent. However, it is not long before the event, we will find out soon.
 
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Relentless Power

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Spicy orange? Lmao.

Which is actually named after an Apple Watch sport band, which doesn’t seem likely that Apple would conflate those two colors together, even though there is a Product Red Sports Band Offered, being there have been other Product Red iPhone models.
 
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jimmirehman

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Not even close. What would make you even think that, based on these few images? The iPhone 8 was just released last year, which will likely very much remain in their lineup. The iPhone 6s might be deleted, but the SE might exist still.


I disagree. With all the new phones losing touchID, i would think Apple would force the transition by eliminating all TouchID iPhones and offering the iPhone X as the "previous year model with discounted price", and killing the SE, 6S, all 7 iterations, and all 8 iterations.
 
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Relentless Power

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I disagree. With all the new phones losing touchID, i would think Apple would force the transition by eliminating all TouchID iPhones and offering the iPhone X as the "previous year model with discounted price", and killing the SE, 6S, all 7 iterations, and all 8 iterations.

So... you’re suggesting Apple eliminates _every_ iPhone from the lineup except the 6.1 LCD iPhone 5.8 and 6.5 iPhone X? Only offering *three* phones in their entire iPhone lineup? That would be a horrible business practice and I think you will be severely mistaken come this Wednesday. The 7 & 8 will likely remain at minimum.
 
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