Apple is reportedly planning to launch its latest iPhone 15 series next month. Rumours related to the iPhone 15 series lately suggest that the Cupertino-based tech giant is set to bring major changes to this year’s iPhone lineup.
According to MacRumors, Apple will hold an event on Tuesday, September 12, where the brand will launch at least 4 new iPhones — iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra (Pro Max).
The report suggested that iPhone 15 Pro models are expected to feature a titanium frame instead of a stainless steel frame for the first time, and with the material swap, the company is also focusing on new colours.
In July, MacRumors teamed up with Unknownz21 to reveal a new dark blue shade that Apple plans to use for the iPhone 15 Pro. They also mentioned that Apple has been testing a silver-gray shade and a space-black colour.
Now 9to5Mac report recently said that it has also heard that Apple will be introducing a new dark blue colour, which will be joined by silver, space black, and a natural titanium shade.
Additionally, Apple won’t offer gold colour iPhone 15 Pro or Pro Max this year. Gold has been a popular colour choice for Pro iPhones, especially in regions like China and India. According to 9to5Mac, the standard iPhone 15 models will come in black, green, blue, yellow, and pink, which are colours that we have seen rumoured previously.
In related news, the iPhone 15 Pro Max is expected to get one of the biggest camera upgrade in years and Apple might have to bide its time to get the product out in the market. The new iPhone 15 premium variant should use the new A17 bionic chip, paired with up to 8GB RAM.
It has been reported that Apple will use Sony’s periscope lens for the Pro Max but it is not a confirmed update yet. Reports also claim that Apple will offer colour-matching braided charging cables this year with the iPhones.