According to a recent claim, the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro will arrive in a striking dark blue tint with a grey undertone, with Apple planning to release new iPhones in September of this year. The new titanium alloy utilized by Apple for the forthcoming iPhone 15 Pro has a striking blue colour and a brushed surface. In comparison to previous stainless steel colour options, this blue tint has a deeper tone and is more grey. According to MacRumors, it has a deeper and more elegant appearance than the blue used on the iPhone 12 Pro versions.
According to the source, the titanium grey colour, which is a lighter silver-grey than the space grey/space black shade, will be combined with the silver, space grey/space black, and blue colour versions.
The iPhone 15 Pro models will look similar to the iPhone 14 Pro models, with a few small cosmetic differences. The mute switch will be replaced by a multi-function mute button, and the display bezels will be thinner. The volume and power buttons may be repositioned, and the Lightning port will be replaced by a USB-C port.
In related news, analyst Jeff Pu predicts that the iPhone 15 Pro Max will cost more than $1099, marking the first price increase in years. According to MacRumors, he now believes that the iPhone 15 Pro Max, in particular, could see a price increase due to hardware changes such as a titanium frame, more RAM, the A17 Bionic chipset, solid state buttons, and a periscope zoom lens for enhanced magnification.
The iPhone 15 series, which could comprise the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max, is expected to offer a number of new features. These features include a USB-C charging connector as the norm and a Dynamic Island notch cutout for all models, which is currently only available on iPhone 14 Pro models.