No one definitively knows the answer to what colors until September. But I would guess at least some of the current colors in the line up.If there's an iPhone 7S, I've decided that I'll probably get the 7S instead of the iPhone 8 or whatever it's called.
Which colors will be available and which one should I get?
I'll take Cermaic White IPhone 8, Ceramic White Air Pods, Ceramic White HomePod, and a Cermaic White Apple Watch 2Besides what we already have, I guess one of the new colours could be blue, if the iPods and headphones are anything to go by.
I want to see more colours in more saturated versions, but I think Apple is too invested into the pastel look.
I thought these were only colors for the iPhone 8, not the IPhone 7s.
There will be 3 colors (this is 99% happening, it's the closest we will get.) Black, Blush Gold, and Silver. If you like it to shine, pick Silver. If you want a new color, pick Blush Gold. If you want it to blend, pick Black. The iPhone 8 colors will most likely be the same as the 7s and 7s Plus. I personally like all 3 and hope apple makes it so you can easily swap out backs. That would be cool.
It'd be pretty silly & counter-productive to have a white outline on a screen that Apple will surely promote as being edge to edge or near to it.What's more interesting is whether white and blush gold will have a white or black front. The bezel-less design looks so much better with a black front - especially with OLED screens.
I personally reakon we will see black borders, before the iPhone 5c came out there was dummy's showing it having white bezels yet they released the 5c with black bezels so I think that's what we will most likely see hereIt'd be pretty silly & counter-productive to have a white outline on a screen that Apple will surely promote as being edge to edge or near to it.
Black will mask the 4mm borders whereas white will enhance them.
I see. As long as it has the black front on it.I think Blush Gold will be my next Color. Even though a color is only superficial, it eventually wears off and the experience comes down to iOS and its capabilities.