As the anticipated launch of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro approaches next month, a tantalizing glimpse into their aesthetic offerings has emerged.
These smartphones are poised to follow in the footsteps of the iPhone 14 series from the previous year. Despite Apple’s tight-lipped stance on these devices, a recent report has graced us with rendered visuals of the iPhone lineup, all derived from leaked insights.
This year, a shift is speculated in Apple’s color spectrum, with two existing shades purportedly making way for fresh alternatives for the speculated iPhone 15 Pro models, which are rumored to boast a robust titanium chassis.
The detailed renders, meticulously crafted by 9to5Mac’s adept artist Ian Zelbo, eloquently display the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus in a captivating array of shades, including Black, Blue, Green, Pink, and Yellow.
This stunning portrayal is a result of decoding “detailed color codes” from a confidential source, as noted by the publication.
The renders impeccably showcase the smartphone’s rear panel, bedecked in gentle pastel hues. Positioned at the upper left corner is the camera module, featuring the familiar diagonal alignment for the dual camera system.
Meanwhile, the artist’s imagination extends to the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, both adorned in Blue, Silver, Space Black, and Titan Gray.
Each of these four color variants magnificently highlights the triple-camera configuration on the rear, a design semblance shared with the previous iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
While these visual revelations withhold certain intricacies, whispers from the rumor mill suggest that the forthcoming iPhone 15 lineup is set to embrace USB Type-C ports, a departure from the previous models that clung to Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector.
Noteworthy enhancements include the possibility of Thunderbolt/USB 4 compatibility and swifter charging capabilities—capable of reaching a remarkable 35W on the iPhone 15 series.
Concurrently, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are rumored to introduce an Action button, intended to replace the iconic mute switch synonymous with the brand. Impressively, this programmable button is believed to be a versatile addition, allowing users to tailor its functionality, perhaps encompassing tasks beyond the conventional toggling of silent and ring modes.
While these prospective hardware evolutions remain concealed in the renders, a veil of secrecy is projected to be lifted at the forthcoming Apple launch event, purportedly slated for September 12th.