With the expected release of Apple’s iPhone 14 series getting closer, new rumors have suggested that the upcoming generation of the company’s flagship smartphone will once again have a purple option. The color was made available with the iPhone 12 models, but Apple ultimately opted to forgo the option with its current iPhone 13 generation.
However, new leaks suggest that purple will return again for both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, with the former available in purple, green, blue, black, white and red, while the latter in purple, green, silver, gold and graphite, meaning the existing pink and sierra blue are replaced respectively.
As the leaker reports, the phone will also feature 30W charging capabilities, but will have the same storage capabilities, although the MagSafe magnets will be stronger and the MagSafe battery case itself will also be both bigger and heavier.
Of course, Apple itself has yet to announce anything official, so those looking forward to the iPhone 14 should stay tuned for more updates.
Rumor claims new purple color for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, same storage options, 30W charging, more https://t.co/QmYXuAxeLU @joseadorno
— 9to5Mac (@9to5mac) August 3, 2022
The colors this year are as follows:
iPhone 14 gets: Green, Purple, Blue, Black, White and Red. (Pink has been replaced by purple from what I was told) ????
iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max gets: green, purple, silver, gold and graphite. Purple takes the place of Sierra Blue as I have been told ???
— McGuire Wood? Lost Lands 2022 (@Jioriku) August 3, 2022
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