With less than three weeks to go until Apple’s expected event on September 12, 2023, there are now growing indications of the final color options for the successors to iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max (here) Available on Amazon) on me. Just a few hours ago, a leaker provided concrete indications of a total of six possible colors for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, and it was already possible to see the iPhone 15 Pro in the new dark blue color at that time, which will likely replace the dark color. Purple (deep purple) this year.
The Red iPhone 15 Pro theme is now completely out, a dark red iPhone 15 Pro is unrealistic from the current perspective, and gold doesn’t seem to survive switching to a titanium case either. For the first time in years, there won’t be any gold iPhone Pros in 2023, and whether Space Black or Silver will survive is still an open question. In the color spectrum in between there is now the new color option Gray, which according to the leakers Like @Redditor It is assumed to be called Titan Gray or Titanium Gray.
What this shade of gray will look like in the end can now be seen in the image below. This rendering of the iPhone 15 Pro is clearly from the case maker First published by 9to5Mac. Together with a possible black, white/silver and a subtle shade of blue, the color spectrum for this year’s iPhone 15 Pro series looks rather conservative. If you like more colors, you’ll likely have to opt for the iPhone 15 and iPhone. 15 Plus, which will be available in addition to the black color, at least also in green, blue, yellow and pink.
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