Rumor: some iPhone 15 models may be offered in pink : Tech Live Trends

As noted by AppleInsider, a tweet by leaker @VnchocoTaco, also known as “ShrimpApplePro,” says Apple may offer at least some models of the iPhone 15 in pink.

Previously, the iPhone 13 (pictured) was offered in a pink option. Other rumors have said that the iPhone 15 Pro will be available in a blue color that has a gray tone, as well as a deep red flavor.

The iPhone 15 line-up will probably debut in September or October. Here’s a round-up of some of the other rumors about them:

° Some models of the 2023 smartphone will be available in green.

° Apple will rearrange the layout of the rear triple-lens camera system on the iPhone 15 Pro Max to accommodate the new periscope camera technology that will be exclusive to the larger handset.

° iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models will introduce a new button press combination to power off and force restart the devices.

° They may feature a unified volume button.

 The volume controls on the side of the iPhone 15 Pro may be a single unified rocker button. 

° Pro models may pack 8GB of RAM.

° The iPhone 15 and ‌iPhone 15‌ Pro’s USB-C port and accompanying charging cables will feature a Lightning-like authenticator chip, potentially limiting their functionality with accessories that aren’t Apple-approved.

° The iPhone 15 models will sport support for faster charging speeds when used with MFi-certifiated USB-chargers.

° iPhone 15 Pro models will have improved LiDAR scanners that offer better battery life and improved performance.

 The standard iPhone 15 models may lack support for ProMotion and an always-on display.

° The iPhone 15 Pro models will see a price increase due to several rumored hardware upgrades.

°  The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will use a new ultra-low energy microprocessor.

° Apple’s plans for “haptic buttons” on the iPhone 15 have been scrapped. Instead, the tech giant plans to debut the feature on the 2024 iPhone 16.

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