The official launch of the iPhone 15 is just a few months away. Several new reports consisting of details of the upcoming iPhone 15 are emerging constantly. A new report indicates that the series might come in pink color. In recent years, the company has broadened the color options for the iPhone series.
The source of this recent piece of information is ShrimpApplePro. He refers to a Weibo post that consists of a Foxconn security badge. The post reveals that the upcoming iPhone 15 will come in three different colors i.e., light yellow, pink, and green. Similarly, other color options for the upcoming series of Apple smartphones include Midnight, Starlight, and Product (RED).
As far as Foxconn is concerned, the company is an official partner of Apple associated with manufacturing the iPhones in China. Given this fact, the badge appears to have an official nature and it belongs to a Foxconn staff member.
iPhone 15 may debut in three new colors
Well, as far as the color of the upcoming iPhone 15 is concerned this is not the first ever report. In early July, we heard a report about a mint green color for the iPhone 15. Back in February, a report claimed that the iPhone 15 Pro could feature a deep, dark red color whereas the base models could feature bright blue and bright pink colors.
In contrast to the iPhone 14, the iPhone 15 will include some significant improvements. Reports indicate that it might feature a large display, improved cameras, longer battery life, and a fast processor. In addition to this, it could debut in pink color.
Well, the pink color option is not new for the iPhone series. Previously, the company introduced the iPhone 5C and iPhone 6S in pink color. On the other hand, the most recent models i.e., iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 did not include the pink color. The pink color option might be an attraction for youngsters who prefer fashionable and modern stuff.
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