iPhone X notch finally works on Gmail, and the 2018 iPhone could be orange

Google has at last refreshed its Gmail application for the notchy iPhone X. Furthermore, as we inch nearer to the arrival of the 2018 iPhones, the talk process keeps on stirring. We have every one of the gossipy tidbits and releases: new hues, a USB-C charger and a not really monstrous iPhone X Plus.

iPhone X clients, your much-wanted application refreshes are going along. Google’s Gmail Inbox application is the most recent to help the iPhone X’s score screen outline. This comes after Apple required all iOS application updates to help the iPhone X show by July 2018. Since why change the indent when it includes so much screen space?

2018 iPhone may bring a flood of hues

As indicated by long-lasting Apple examiner Ming-Chi Kuo, a 6.5-inch OLED iPhone will come in basic hues: dark, white and gold. In any case, a section level 6.1-inch LCD iPhone could get more offbeat, with choices of blue, red, dim, white and orange — on the grounds that orange is unquestionably the new dark.

Spilled photographs of a 18-watt Apple divider charger with a USB-C port are energizing bits of gossip that Apple’s next iPhone may incorporate a USB-C-to-Lightning charging link inside the container. Pictures with a connector marked “designing example” were allegedly taken by an Apple provider. On the off chance that the gossip is valid, that could mean speedier charging for iPhones without the torment of obtaining outsider connectors.