iPhone 15 and 15 Plus Rumoured to Get Frosted Finish, New Colours and Design Changes
Rumours suggest that the regular iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will feature a frosted back finish similar to the Pro models in the current generation. The Pro models are expected to have a titanium frame with curved glass edges and a new Action button. Additionally, the new iPhone models will come in new colours, including a cyan and green blend and a dark red colourway.
iPhone 15 and 15 Plus to Get Frosted Finish and Design Changes
Apple has been known to upgrade their iPhones every year with new features and upgrades, and the iPhone 15 series is expected to be no different. According to a Chinese tipster, who has since deleted their post, the regular iPhone 15 and 15 Plus models will be getting frosted back finishes, similar to the current Pro models.
As of now, you can easily differentiate between the Pro and non-Pro models based on their back finishes. However, with the iPhone 15 series, the Pro models will incorporate a titanium frame with curved glass edges and an additional Action button on the side frame that will still allow you to distinguish between the different iPhone tiers.
Apart from the new finishes, the report also mentions the addition of new colours to the iPhone 15 series. The regular iPhone models will see a new cyan and green blend that is reminiscent of the Mint Green option that came with the iPhone 12. On the other hand, the iPhone 15 Pros are rumoured to come in a new dark red colourway, which could replace the Deep Purple option available in the current iPhone 14 generation.
While the report has not been confirmed by Apple, it’s worth noting that this particular tipster has been reliable in the past. As with all rumours, take this news with a pinch of salt until official confirmation from Apple. We can expect to hear more details about the iPhone 15 series later this year, as it’s typically announced in September.
Pokdepinion: At first, I thought they were really bridging the gap between the Pro and non-Pro models until I realized the former will be getting a notable step up in quality. Can’t wait to see them later this year as I’m mostly excited for the USB-C implementation.