Next week, Apple is expected to reveal its newest iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models. Graphic designer Ian Zelbo has disclosed a few visuals of the possible colors for the latest iPhone 14 models. They seem excellent, as rumors continue circulating about which iPhone 14 color options Apple will introduce.
Images created by Ian Zelbo are based on data contributed by Twitter user Jioriku and a Naver account. They have each confirmed that the following primary colors would be available in the next generation of iPhones.
- iPhone 14 comes in blue, green, purple, black, white, and red. Purple has taken over for pink.
- Five different colors will be available for the iPhone 14 Pro (purple, green, silver, gold, and graphite). Sierra Blue has been replaced by purple.
— Ian Zelbo (@ianzelbo) August 30, 2022
On September 7, Apple will host an event where the iPhone 14 lineup will be the main attraction. Among the four new models coming out soon, the new Plus/Max variant will generate a lot of buzz. Despite the regular model being essentially indistinguishable from the iPhone 13, a larger model would be welcome. Some recent speculation suggests that even the budget model may receive a memory boost to 6GB.
According to 9to5Mac’s reports, the 14 Pro will undergo significant revisions at Apple’s September event. The iPhone 14 series is expected to be the most successful product release in Apple history thanks to its groundbreaking hole-punch and pill design, upgraded processor, and vastly improved camera.
Furthermore, a popular source of iPhone case leaks has revealed that Apple’s rumored iPhone 14 models will come with attractive silicon cases. Regarding the price, we will not see any price hike for the base models, but it is expected that Apple iPhone 14 Pro versions will debut with up to a $100 increase in the cost.
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