Apple’s current color line of only white, gray, and black iPhones over the past few years may soon be finished as Apple is planning to add a new set of colors to the 2018 iPhones.

Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo said last Wednesday that the next generation of iPhones will be receiving at least four new colors: gold, blue, red, and orange. This means that this year’s iPhones could have the widest range of color options since the iPhone 5c in 2013.


Kuo says that the 2018 6.5 inch OLED iPhone will be offered in black, white, and gold, while the 6.1 inch LCD variant may come in grey, white, blue, red and orange.

The last iPhone to receive a wide set of colors was the iPhone 5c in 2013. The mid-ranger iPhone came out in red, blue, green, yellow, and white.

Apple is set to release the newest iPhones later this year.