Is this what the 'copper gold' iPhone 8 will be called?

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When Apple's executives get on stage next month to unveil the next iPhone, we'll already know almost everything there is to know because, well, they screwed up and leaked the most important details themselves. The new iPhone will probably have an new OLED edge-to-edge screen, no physical home button, wireless charging, and likely come in a new "copper gold" color. But what will Apple call that hot shade of pinkish-bronze? SEE ALSO: New high-res video shows'copper gold' iPhone 8 from all angles According to phone leaker Benjamin Geskin, who has been providing a steady stream of iPhone 8 leaks that have been corroborated by other reports, Foxconn's internal name for the copper-colored device is "Blush Gold." Foxconn's internal name of the new #iPhone8 color is "Blush Gold" (腮红金) Barcode says "Blush Gold 64GB / 128GB" pic.twitter.com/MZPTfVAr2P


Apple iPhone 8 Copper: New Color Variant Leaks Ahead Of Release

International Business Times

What appears to be a copper color variant of the iPhone 8 has been leaked online. While the images strongly suggest a new color option for Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone, there's still no guarantee that the iOS 11-running handset would debut in a copper color. This Monday, My Drivers outed on Chinese social media site Weibo a set of photos showing non-functional models of the upcoming iPhone 8. Drawing attention to the images is the model for what seems to be copper or copper gold color variant of the Galaxy S8 rival. It's hard to tell if the leaked photos are those of legitimate iPhone 8 units or simply mockups of the smartphone. However, Apple Insider believes that what's shown in the pictures could be models from a clone factory.


iPhone 8 to cost between $999 and $1,099

Daily Mail - Science & tech

It may be called the iPhone 8, iPhone Edition or even iPhone X, but one thing seems clear - Apple's new handset will be the most expensive the firm has ever made. Prolific Apple leaker Benjamin Geskin has shared what he claims are the final iPhone 8 prices on Twitter, continuing rumors that some versions of the new phone will cost over $1,000. He claims the 64GB version will cost $999, the 246GB version will be $1,099, and the 512GB version will be $1,199. Prolific Apple leaker Benjamin Geskin shared iPhone 8 prices on Twitter, continuing rumors that some versions of the new phone will cost over $1,000. According to a direct conversion, this would price the new devices at £767, £843, and £920 respectively in the UK, but the British version has typically cost more than the those sold in the US, so these may not be accurate.


Apple's iPhone 8 won't be delayed, analyst claims

Daily Mail - Science & tech

A case for the iPhone 8 may have just given the best peek at the much-anticipated handset yet. The render of the case shows a'notch' design with no home button, which lines up with all the information leaked about the device so far. It comes as, KGI Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo, says the iPhone8 launch date will be right in line and right on the same day as the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, although it is expected to be available in limited quantities. The photo of the case shows a'notch' design with no home button, which lines up with all the information leaked about the device so far The latest in a string of leaked images comes from a case maker, who often get an early look at devices in order to have cases ready at the time of launch. The leaked render comes courtesy of well-known Apple leaker Evan Blass, who tweeted out this afternoon.


Apple iPhone 8: Only 16% of users say they will upgrade

Daily Mail - Science & tech

The iPhone 8 is supposed to be a massive step forward in design and honor the device's 10th anniversary, but it's looking like Apple's new phone may be a flop. A new survey from investment firm Piper Jaffray shows iPhone users aren't any more excited for this release than they were for the iPhone 7. Only 16 percent of those surveyed said they are planning to upgrade to the new device. A new survey from Piper Jaffray shows iPhone users aren't any more excited for this release than they were for the iPhone 7. Only 16 percent of those surveyed said they are planning to upgrade to the new device.