Apple has finally demonstrated a greater openness to experiment with different iPhone colors in recent years. To put it bluntly, the new iPhone 13 leaks unfold that the days when you could only pick between a white or black iPhone model are now thankfully a distant memory.
Furthermore, Apple now appears to be eager to experiment with new colour possibilities every year. With the launch of the iPhone 12 Pro, the Midnight Green iPhone model that Apple unveiled with the iPhone 11 Pro was shortly replaced with a Pacific Blue model.
As a result, it’s only logical to guess about what colour options Apple will include in its iPhone 13 range. And, while nothing is confirmed just yet, a recent rumour indicates that Apple will offer a Rose Pink hue with the iPhone 13.
Interestingly, the Rose Pink hue appears to be from the same colour family as the purple iPhone 12 that Apple released in April. The anticipated Rose Pink iPhone variant, on the other hand, may not be introduced in September and instead arrive in stores in December.
In addition to the above stated, the iPhone 13 leaks has also revealed that other iPhone 13 color options include a darker Space Gray and an iPhone with a whole new orange hue, according to rumours. Stranger things have happened, so orange on the Pro models isn’t out of the question.
On a related issue, we’ve heard reports that two of Apple’s iPhone 13 variants would include a texturized matte back in a black tint. This will not only give the devices a unique design, but it will also make them more grippable.
EverythingApplePro reported earlier this year:
“The matte back is getting refined. So in the 2021 iPhones, I’m sure Max is referring to the Pro models, they’ll have a slightly more grippy texturized back. He says they’ll be slightly more comfortable and he assumes it’ll be like a soft matte, like on the Pixel series.”
Aside from additional colour possibilities, the iPhone 13 is said to contain an Always-On Display, similar to the one found on the Apple Watch. The Always-On Display, as one might anticipate, will be restricted in that it will only show users the clock, battery percentage left, and incoming alerts.
Max Weinbach, who has a strong track record when it comes to Apple speculations, stated a few months ago:
“Always-On Display will have minimal customizability. Current design basically looks like a toned down lockscreen. Clock and battery charge is always visible. Notifications seem to be displayed using a bar and icons. Upon receiving, the notification will pop up normally except that the screen will not entirely light up. Instead, it will display it just like you’re used to right now, except dimmed down and only temporarily.”
Portrait mode for video recording, a 120Hz ProMotion display, a reduced notch, and more improved camera capability are all rumoured iPhone 13 features.
By late September, Apple’s whole iPhone 13 selection will most likely be available in stores.