At the end of last year, there was a rumor that Apple was getting ready to launch a red version of the iPhone 7, according to the Japanese blog Macotakara, now quotes a Barclays analyst confirms it. It is possible that the Barclays analyst obtained the information from the same source in the supply chain that informed Macotakara, or perhaps it is a confirmation of this rumor.
In the initial rumor, it was unclear whether it would be an option for the iPhone 7 or the upcoming iPhone 7s. Now the new rumor indicates that the model in red will be presenting at the iPad launch event to take place at the end of March, suggesting that it will be a variant of the iPhone 7 instead of the iPhone 7s.
Apple will present the new line of iPad Pro with a 7.9-inch versions, 9.7 inches and 12.9 inches, along with the 10.5-inch model. This means that it will disappear in the catalog the iPad mini series, replaced by the now consolidated in the name “Pro”, and that we will see for the first time a 10.5-inch iPad. According to rumor, this model will have an edge-to-edge display with no visible button Home, almost anticipating the next iPhone design, with the same dimensions “physical” iPad’s 9.7 inches because of the lack of frames. The new iPad Pro will then have a 12 megapixel camera, True Tone display in all versions (and not only in that 9.7 inches). As for the 7.9-inch iPad Pro, we will have a Smart connector, True Tone display, four speakers and a 12-megapixel camera with flash.
At the same event, they will then be presented two new iPhone: iPhone red 7 and an iPhone SE with 128 GB of memory. They could then be presented new straps for Apple Watch.
(source: Mac Otakara [Google Translate])