Color options for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have surfaced online and are expected to debut next month. The phones are expected to be lighter as they use new chassis materials and will feature some notable hardware improvements over their predecessors. This year, both Pro models are likely to feature what Apple calls a 3nm A17 Bionic chip for improved performance and battery efficiency, while the top-of-the-line iPhone 15 Pro Max model could feature a new periscope camera with better optical zoom.

According to 9to5Mac ReportHowever, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will not be available in gold and dark purple color options. While the purple colorway was only introduced with last year’s iPhone 14 Pro lineup, the Cupertino company has launched gold-colored Pro models for the past five years.While these color options have been discontinued, they will be replaced by dark blue and Titan Gray color options According to reports, in addition to the existing space black and silver color scheme.

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Alleged renders of new dark gray colorway for the iPhone 15 Pro
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Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman previously claimed that Apple plans to stop using stainless steel in the iPhone 15 Pro models in favor of a new titanium body. This will make the upcoming phone more durable while reducing its overall weight. According to Gurman, Apple may launch the iPhone 15 series at its September 12 event.

Meanwhile, reports say the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will be available in black, blue, green, pink, and yellow. The company is expected to equip all iPhone 15 models with a USB Type-C port, replacing its proprietary Lightning port. All four models are said to feature the dynamic island introduced on last year’s Pro model.

With the addition of the USB Type-C port, the iPhone 15 series of smartphones is finally expected to support faster data transfer speeds – if reports claiming to support Thunderbolt/USB 4 connections are accurate, the phones could offer transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps. The phones are also expected to support up to 35W wired charging via a modern USB connector.


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