The next iPhones are about to arrive. The exact date for Apple’s iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max hasn’t been officially confirmed, but I’m sure it’ll be Tuesday, September 12 — full details here. A phone might be late in arriving, the Pro models will have a big, eye-catching upgrade and the range might have one surprising omission. However, there is still much we don’t know. But now, another piece of the puzzle has been revealed: the colors of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
Trusted zack hall in 9to5Mac He detailed the colors we can expect the iPhone 15 Pro to appear in. We’ve already heard talk about what colors the iPhone 15 might come in (and how there could be longer, more durable, braided, color-matched cables).
But the details about the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are different. This is because it appears that the shiny stainless steel antenna band of all previous iPhone Pro devices will be replaced with a new material on the iPhone. This year we could see a titanium iPhone. This change should make powerful iPhones even lighter than before. And titanium looks different, so the color range is likely to be updated, and the popular color could be deleted: gold.
The gold iPhone Pro has always been my favorite. Shimmer and too shimmer for some, I love the shimmery brightness, in-your-face showy extravagance. But I understand that switching to the matte finish that comes naturally to titanium may have made the gold-tone version less suitable.
It also appears that the deep purple color will disappear from the 2023 lineup of iPhone Pro devices. Which isn’t surprising since Apple routinely only powers its champion color for one year, like the Sierra Blue iPhone 13 Pro, for example.
Who leaves us where? The report claims that there will be Silver and Space Black options – which isn’t surprising and would work well with the Titanium. The Series 7 Titanium Black Apple Watch Edition looked stunning.
Then there’s the navy blue which I can see would work well with titanium. Finally, 9to5Mac reports that there will be a fourth color, which can be called giant gray. I’m not entirely sure of the name, but we’ll see. It looks like it would be a kind of raw titanium look, darker than silver but much lighter than space black. I imagine it will replace the titanium in the Apple Watch Ultra. A full color update like this is significantly different from previous years, which makes it even more interesting.