iPhone 15 Pro could come in Dark Red color; Pink and Light Blue rumored for iPhone 15


The iPhone 15 series is yet to be unannounced – it just can’t stop leaking, and rumors and leaks keep floating online. The latest one also comes from 9to5Google, who already revealed the CAD based renders of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro. Today, the source has one more generated image for you to look at.

Along with more traditional shades close to silver/gold and space gray, every year Apple introduces a special color or set of colors that set a new-generation. The folks over 9to5Mac outed the fact that Apple is planning to bring new dark red colored editions for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. This color is close to a burgundy shade it’s hex code is #410D0D, which is described as dark sienna.

The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max with dark red color are expected to be offered in titanium finish. In the past, Apple has released titanium Apple Watch models in a standard silver titanium color and a darker titanium color, but the red covering would be entirely new and fresh.

9to5mac also claims that their sources confirmed to them that the standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models could be available in new dark pink (hex code #CE3B6C telemaganta) and light blue (#0DB1E2) colors.

To recall, the current generation iPhone 14 Pro was offered in special colors called Space Black, and Deep Purple, while the standard iPhone 14 model was made available in a purple shade. In previous years, iPhone 12 was introduced in special iteration of pacific blue, and iPhone 13 generation with Sierra Blue as exclusive colored edition.

This is still unconfirmed rumor from unconfirmed sources, and you might also have aware of the fact that Apple has previously worked on a gold iPhone X and also gained FCC certification process, but it was never released.

Recent rumors, leaked live images, CAD renders also told us that the new iPhones will have USB-C port instead of the traditional Lightning port. This year, every iPhone 15 model is also rumored to have Dynamic Island.

Source: 9to5Mac

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