Apple is set to announce the iPhone 15 lineup this September assuming all the rumors are true.
More information continues to leak out as well, with a new report suggesting that there will be a new color option for the iPhone 15 as well as a new glass finish.
The report comes via a pair of posts to Weibo that were picked up by 9to5Mac. According to those posts Apple will ship a new cyan color for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. The color is said to be similar to the green that Apple sold the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini in, while we’d already heard that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are expected to get a new “deep red” colorway.
As for the finish, it’s also thought that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 Plus will get a frosted back glass similar to that of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. That’s the finish that we normally see on the Pro model iPhones, but it sounds like something could change this year.
9to5Mac suggests that Apple might be changing thing thanks to the iPhone 15 Pro’s rumored titanium finish.
If Apple does use a new frosted glass process for the iPhone 15’s back glass, it could suggest design changes for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max as well. With the “Pro” phones expected to use new matte titanium edges, it’s possible that it uses a glossy finish for the back glass to complement the matte edges.
Whatever Apple has planned, we can expect this all to be announced later this year. 9to5Mac also notes that this report comes from the same person that correctly outed the yellow iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus recently which suggests they might have some solid contacts.
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