Apple is going to launch its upcoming iPhone 15 series in the market by September. The lineup is said to include four models – the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Plus – just like its predecessor. A lot of information about Apple’s upcoming flagship phones has surfaced over the past few months. And now a tipster has claimed that the Pro models of the iPhone 15 series will debut in four color variants. But none of these color options are red. The news that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will not have a red option among the new colors this year is surprising, as some leaked renders of the iPhone 15 Pro showed it with a dark red back panel.
The iPhone 15 Pro series will not have a dark red color option
Based on a tipster’s tweet, Forbes reported in their report that the iPhone 15 Pro series handsets will be available in four color variants, but that does not include red. This could mean, Apple will probably no longer offer their iconic ‘(PRODUCT) Red’ models The US technology company has partnered with a charity for the past 16 years. The charity raises funds to help eradicate HIV/AIDS in eight African countries. And if you buy the red option, a part of that money gets deposited into that fund.
However, the tipster never mentioned the earlier product (red) variant in his tweet. In fact, when a person asked about the color variants of the iPhone 15 Pro on Twitter, the tipster replied that it will be available in four colors. But none of them are red. His speech focuses on the four colors that Apple offers each year for the iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max. Three of these are gold, silver and space black, and a new fourth color option is added every year. And that color was supposed to be dark red this year.
However, the tipster dismissed that possibility. But, he did not say that iPhone 15 Pro will not be available in ‘(Product) Red’ color as before. This will come as a fifth option, i.e. the comment made by the tipster, has nothing to do with (product) Red.
Incidentally, all four iPhone 15 models coming this year will offer a dynamic island, a 48-megapixel wide-angle camera on the rear camera setup, and a USB-C port. The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will be powered by the same A16 Bionic chipset built on the same 4-nanometer process that currently powers the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. On the other hand, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will again come with the A17 Bionic processor built on the 3nm processing node, which will be the only application chipset built on the 3nm process node found in smartphones this year.