Apple, which celebrated its 10th birthday this year, is expected to release its unveiled "Red iPhone 7" at a new product launch event at the end of March.
Apple is expected to unveil its red-color iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which had not been available before, at a new product launch event in late March, according to a major news agency and Apple's blog. In addition, it is expected to release more than three new iPad and 128GB (GB) versions of the iPhone SE. Apple's March event schedule has not yet been made public.
The iPhone 7 series launched last September was released in five colors: Jet Black, Black (Matte Black), Silver, Gold and Pink. The rumor that new colors will be added here began to flow from the end of last year. Mac Otakara of Japan's Apple blog suggests the possibility of a red color by citing information sources from Taiwan's parts suppliers at the time.
Apple's "red" choice is aimed at the Chinese market, which likes red. China is the world's largest smartphone market. However, Apple is pushed by local companies such as Huawei, Oppo, and Bibo and is struggling in the Chinese market like Samsung Electronics.
IT professional media phone Arena predicts that Apple will introduce a new iPad with the Red iPhone 7. Apple is expected to show a 7.9-inch iPad Pro, a 9.7-inch iPad Pro 2, and a 12.9-inch iPad Pro 2. The 10.5-inch Bezelis iPad Pro, which will be added to the launch lineup, is expected to be released after May. Von Arena said Apple could launch 9.7-inch, 10.9-inch and 12.9-inch models at the end of last year.
Apple's four iPads will support the Apple Pencil stylus. Apple's pencil, however, is not bundled with the iPad and must be purchased separately ($ 99.99). There is also an analysis that the existing 128GB SE 128GB model will be added. Currently, only 16GB and 64GB of iPhone SE are available.