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New Apple iPhone 8 colour will be named ‘Blush Gold’

The upcoming iPhone 8 is expected to be available in three new colours

New Apple iPhone 8 colour will be named ‘Blush Gold’
Renowned iPhone tweeter, Benjamin Geskin, tweeted this picture.

Last week reports emerged that the upcoming iPhone 8 will be available in three colours; shiny black, pearl and a copper shade, the latter is now rumoured to be called ‘Blush Gold'.

According to Chinese social sharing site Weibo, it claims that Apple will call the copper-coloured iPhone 8, Blush Gold. The report also goes on to suggest that Apple will offer this model in 64GB and 128GB.

Renowned iPhone tweeter, Benjamin Geskin, tweeted: "Foxconn's internal name of the new #iPhone8 color 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

- Benjamin Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) August 12, 2017

The Blush Gold colour appears to be a variation of Apple's Rose Gold, which is rumoured to be discontinued this year for the upcoming models, plus instead of a black front bezel it will instead be white.

Apple has not confirmed on the colour name, but in less than 5 weeks we will know more.

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