For devices that are only supposed to come out in September, which is more than half a year away still at this point, the next iPhones sure enjoy leaking. Earlier today we saw some CAD renders of the iPhone 15, following on from the other renders from last week, and today we have one more generated image for you to look at.
This is the iPhone 15 Pro, rendered in what is now rumored to be its hero color. It's a very dark red with a hex color code of #410D0D. Note that this rendering of the phone is only intended to showcase the exact hue that Apple plans on using to make its Pro and Pro Max devices stand out this year.
Previously, the Pro line's exclusive hero color was Pacific Blue for the iPhone 12 generation, Sierra Blue for the iPhone 13 generation, and special iterations of Space Black and Deep Purple for the current iPhone 14 generation.
Later this year, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will be available in this exclusive dark red version, which Apple's marketing department will surely name something exciting.
For the vanilla iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, Apple will offer pink (hex code #CE3B6C) and light blue (#0DB1E2) options, among others of course.
The usual note/caveat applies here: this is just an unconfirmed rumor, and even if Apple is right now thinking of using any or all of these colors, some might still not make the cut when the next-gen iPhones start mass production.
Keep in mind that Apple did work on a gold iPhone X back in the day, but it was never released, even though it got close enough to go through the FCC certification process.