Apple likes to change up the color scheme for their iPhones every time a new model is released. This time around, Apple appears to be preparing quite a few unique options for its new iPhone 15 and 15 Pro models.
Reports from 9to5Mac suggest that the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models could be offered in a stunning dark red shade that’s similar to a burgundy; with a color hex code of #410D0D and described as a dark sienna. In addition, the standard iPhone 15 models will likely be available in two new shades – a deep pink or “telemagenta” hex code of #CE3C6C as well as bright, light blue or “picton blue” with a color hex code of #4DB1E2.
It’s possible that the iPhone 15 models will have even more color options, such as close variants of red, black, and white, as well as the brighter shade of the iconic (PRODUCT)RED for those who prefer a more vivid hue. The dark red hue for the Pro models may even be accompanied by an anodized titanium finish – something that Apple hasn’t done before.
Of course, any of these details could be subject to change based on Apple’s plans for the device. With the EVT (engineering validation test) for the iPhone 15 production scheduled to begin in March, we should start seeing which color options have been selected in the coming months.
What do you think of these rumored color options for the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro models? Are you hoping Apple releases the anticipated dark red color? Let us know in the comments!