There are only four days left to wait until Apple reveals its new iPhone 15, but still the rumors come thick and fast.
Dummy units obtained by AppleInsider Now they show that the tech giant is likely to launch the iPhone 15 in nine stunning colors.
There are five options for the standard iPhone 15: white, black, yellow, light blue, and pink, corroborating rumors that Apple is cashing in on the Barbie craze.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models are launched in four more basic shades: white, black, gray and navy blue.
Apple has confirmed that it will hold a launch event, but the tech giant has not officially announced other details.
Lots to choose from! AppleInsider obtained the realistic dummy units and showed them off in a video posted to YouTube.
iPhone 15 launches in NINE colors
iPhone 15/iPhone 15 Plus
White, black, yellow, red, light blue.
iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max
White, black, gray, navy blue
AppleInsider host Andrew O’Hara seems confident that these will be the colors fans will see in stores later this month.
He said, ‘How accurate are these color options? It’s a very good question, obviously we’ll find out in a few days.
‘We have received mannequins from this company in the past and they have been very accurate.
“They line up with previous rumors that were reported, so to me they are as accurate as what we will get before the Apple event.”
Apple is expected to introduce four variations of the iPhone 15: the standard model, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and what may or may not be called iPhone 15 Pro Max.
According to the video, five trendy pastel colors will be available for the ‘basic’ models (standard and Plus), while the two high-end iPhone 15 Pro models will have much darker and brighter shades.
The standard iPhone 15 launches in five colors: black, yellow, light blue, pink and white (pictured)
Presenter Andrew O’Hara said: “How accurate are these color options? It’s a very good question, obviously we’ll find out in a few days. Pictured, standard black.
Pictured is yellow, blue and pink, which should be a hit with Barbie fans after the huge success of the Greta Gerwig movie this summer.
Instead of pastel colors, the two high-end iPhone 15 Pro models will have much darker and brighter hues. From left, white, grey, black and navy blue.
Fools all but confirm another rumor: that all iPhone 15 models will come with Dynamic Island, the pill-shaped notch at the top of the screen.
Dynamic Island was first introduced last year with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, but it has already been reported that it will appear on all four iPhone 15 models this year.
O’Hara said: “I can see the pill cutout here on the iPhone 15 series screen – all base models appear to have Dynamic Island.”
It was also recently revealed that the Pro models will have a physical button on the side, if the code in the latest beta for its iOS 17 update is to be believed.
MacRumors, which first spotted the clue in Apple’s code, claims that the press down button will replace the switch that users can toggle on and off.
It looks like the biggest change to the new iPhone will be the introduction of a USB-C charging port, although Apple has been forced to do so due to an EU law.
After months of silence, Apple confirmed last week that it will hold a “special event” livestreamed from Apple Park in California.
The tech giant has teased fans with a promotional image for the event, codenamed ‘Wonderlust’, depicting the Apple logo in a light gray design.
Apple has already teased fans with a promotional image from the event, codenamed ‘Wonderlust’, featuring the Apple logo in a light gray design.
It’s possible that the Apple logo design in the official promotional image is a nod to the new materials used to make the phone or to one of the available colors.
As for when the iPhone 15 will hit shelves, an Apple expert named Mark Gurman believes the launch will come less than two weeks after the event.
He said an anonymous source told him it will go on sale on September 22, meaning Apple will “get about a week of iPhone 15 sales in its fiscal fourth quarter.”
MailOnline will have full details of the Wonderlust event on Tuesday, which starts at 10am Pacific Time (6pm BST).
iPhone 15: Everything we know about Apple’s flagship smartphone, including release date, price and a MAJOR design change
September is here and that can only mean one thing: Apple’s next flagship smartphone is ready to be unveiled.
The iPhone 15 will launch on September 12 in a livestream hosted by CEO Tim Cook at Apple Park, the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California.
The tech giant has already teased fans with a promotional image for the event, codenamed ‘Wonderlust’, featuring the Apple logo in a light gray design.
But like any other iPhone launch, Apple has kept its cards close to its chest, meaning fans have relied on leaks for details.
The biggest change to the iPhone this year will be the new charging port, called USB-C, which is already commonly used for Android phones, laptops, and more.
iPhones currently use Apple’s proprietary ‘Lightning’ power connector technology (above right), discernible by its eight pins. But Apple will have to comply with a new EU law that makes USB-C (below right) the EU standard. This means that iPhones sold in EU countries will have to come with USB-C instead of Lightning
Apple has switched to USB-C and moved away from its own charging design called Lightning (distinguishable by its eight pins) due to an EU law.