New colour possibilities for Apple’s next iPhone 15 series handsets are anticipated. According to a claim by 9to5Mac, the iPhone 15 Pro will probably include a brand-new scarlet colour option that will be distinct from the current Product (Red) colour options. According to the rumour, this colour choice is “still very deep” but “may be a little lighter” than the deep purple option for the iPhone 14 Pro.
Apple may possibly include a new green colour choice for the next iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus in addition to this. According to the rumour, these colour options will probably be “close to the green of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 11”. Notably, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 lineups didn’t include this colour option.
In total, iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models are expected to launch in three new colour variants: light blue, pink and now new green.
In total, iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus models are expected to launch in new light blue, pink and green options. Image: 9TO5MAC
The rumour also suggests that because Apple intends to employ titanium for the body, the iPhone 15 Pro would come in a variety of intriguing colour options. Notably, Apple Watch offers “natural” and “space black” finishes and has used titanium for years.
The price of the next iPhone 15 Pro models is expected to increase by up to $200 (about Rs 16,490), according to a recent report. The cause of the price increase is still a mystery. However, it is hypothesised that this is because of the advancements in hardware.
The Apple iPhone 15 series is anticipated to be on sale worldwide in September, much as in years past.
Notably, Apple is hosting a ‘Back to University’ sale for students from June 22 to October 2. One of the major highlights of the ongoing sale is that the tech company has announced that it will give free AirPods with select Macs and Apple Pencils with select iPads during this sale.
In addition to this, the eligible buyers will also get an offer on Magic Keyboard and a 20 per cent discount on Apple Care+. These offers are valid for current and newly accepted university students, teachers and staff members at all levels.