Insider publishes video showing exact mockups of the iPhone 15 in all colors

September 6, 2023  15:25

Insider Jon Rettinger, who goes by the pseudonym Jon4Lakers on the X (formerly Twitter) social network, published a video in which he showed mockups of the standard model of the yet-to-be-released iPhone 15 smartphone in different colors.

According to 9To5Mac, Rettinger's video is valuable in that it shows all five color variants of this phone. If this information is correct, then the iPhone 15 will be released in blue, black, yellow, pink and white colors. In addition, the colors of the phones in the presented materials are not fully saturated.

9To5Mac writes that "despite the boring colors", the new iPhone 15 is still of great interest to the public. At least because the smartphones to be released in 2023 will be the first in Apple's history to use the usual USB-C connector instead of Lightning.

According to reports, the iPhone 15 will also get some other new features, such as Dynamic Island and a 48MP main camera. The phone is expected to be available in 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch variants (iPhone 15 Plus). In addition, Apple has also announced that there will be new FineWoven cases for the iPhone 15s.

Earlier, the same insider also published a video showing mockups of iPhone 15 Pro smartphones in four colors: black, white, dark blue and gray.

Apple has officially confirmed that the fall presentation will take place on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, USA. It will be held under the slogan Wonderlust․ The new devices will go on sale on September 22, and it will be possible to pre-order on September 15.

The EU has required mobile device manufacturers to switch to the USB-C standard by the end of next year. According to Bloomberg journalist and analyst Mark Gurman, Apple will not wait until the end of that period and will already switch from the Lightning charging system to USB-C in the iPhone 15 series, but at the presentation on September 12 it will be advertised as an innovation and will not even mention the EU requirements.

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