Apple’s iPhone 15 is about to make a colorful entrance

Aug 25, 2023, 9:19 PM UTC
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Apple's iPhone 15 is about to make a colorful entrance
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Get ready to mark your calendars because the anticipation is reaching its peak — Apple is gearing up to unveil the stunning iPhone 15 lineup! Set to grace the stage on September 12th, this much-awaited event promises to introduce us to a captivating array of colors for not just one, but four spectacular models: iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

iPhone 15 & iPhone 15 Plus

If there’s one thing Apple is known for, it’s their knack for introducing captivating colors in their ‌iPhone‌ launches. Over the past few years, they’ve consistently rolled out five eye-catching options and often surprised us with a sixth color in the spring to give their product line a refreshing boost.

Now, let’s talk about the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. Leaked images have been making the rounds, dropping a pretty strong hint about Apple’s plans. It seems that Apple is taking the color game to a whole new level by matching the color of the charging cable with the device itself. This is a big deal because, up until now, all iPhones come with the same white Lightning cable, no matter the phone’s color.

This year, though, things are changing. With the iPhone 15 series transitioning to the USB-C port standard, Apple seems to be celebrating the shift by including cables that perfectly match the phone’s color. So, the big question — what colors are we talking about? While the official names might differ, the leaked images are pointing toward these gorgeous shades: Midnight/Black, Starlight/White, Yellow, Blue, and Orange/Coral Pink.

iPhone 15 colors: See which shades Apple is likely to unveil this year
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Now, that last color has got us intrigued. The leaked images have been a bit mysterious, showing a shade that’s both orange and pink. Remember the 2018 iPhone XR in Coral? Well, it could be making a stylish comeback in 2023.

But what about the absence of a red hue? Don’t worry, Apple might have something up its sleeve. Going by past trends, we could see a vibrant PRODUCT(RED) model popping up in the spring of 2024, just like they did in 2017 and 2018. And hey, let’s not forget that Apple surprised us with a Yellow option for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus in March 2023. Who’s to say we won’t be treated to another stunning color next year for the iPhone 15 series?

iPhone 15 Pro & iPhone 15 Pro Max

If you’re a fan of cooler tones, Apple’s got you covered. Their iPhone Pro models have always been a canvas for these elegant shades. Just take last year’s iPhone 14 Pro lineup, which wowed us with Deep Purple, Gold, Silver, and Space Black. But get ready for something new this year.

The upcoming iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are rumored to flaunt a lighter titanium frame — a switch from the stainless steel frame of their predecessors. And guess what? Apple plans to let these frames steal the show with a whole new set of colors.

Say goodbye to Deep Purple and hello to a rich dark blue for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. It’s like the blue we loved from the iPhone 12 Pro, but with a touch more gray for a deeper tone.

Brace yourselves for a dazzling silver-gray, a sleek space black that oozes mystery, and a natural titanium shade that’s all about embracing raw beauty. Oh, and about the gold variant? Well, even though gold is a hit in some Asian markets, it seems that Apple’s switch to titanium might mean no gold this year.

So, to sum it all up, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are likely to come in these enchanting shades: Dark Blue, Silver-Gray, Space Black, and Titanium.

iPhone 15 colors: See which shades Apple is likely to unveil this year
(Image credit: MacRumors)

As we eagerly count down the days to Apple’s grand event, it’s hard not to get caught up in the excitement. The iPhone 15 series is all set to marry cutting-edge innovation with jaw-dropping aesthetics, and we can’t wait to see these masterpieces in our hands.

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