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Well-known leaker @URedditor shared in a recent post the colors Apple used for the various development processes of the standard iPhone 15 models. According to the leaker, the colors include pink/rose gold/blush gold, green, blue, yellow, orange, and black/midnight/dark/basalt.

The presence of the colors throughout the different development stages of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus indicates a high chance that some of them will see the light of day in the final release of the models. The report also adds weight to the previous claims about the colors coming to the standard iPhone 15 line, including a green color reported in July. According to reports, the green of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus can be compared to the shade of green in the iPhone 12 and iPhone 11. If this is true, it means we are getting mint-like green in the next iPhone lines from Apple.

Another interesting option in the group is orange, which will reportedly be close to a coral shade. Nonetheless, @URedditor specifically stressed that the orange hue is inconsistent throughout the tests, making its likelihood of appearing in the actual product of the iPhone 15 relatively low. Moreover, despite the possibility of producing six colors for the standard iPhone 15 models, the leaker said Apple is still making internal adjustments.


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