The iPhone 14 is scheduled to be unveiled on September 7th and will be available in five colors. Compared to the iPhone 13, two colors are omitted and replaced by others. Read more about this below.
The launch of the iPhone 14 family by Apple is imminent. The hardware of the new phones is now largely known and sightings of prototypes are increasing. Like the iPhone 13 models, the flagships in the form of the Pro models should be available in five different colors. According to a sighting on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, Apple will continue to offer graphite, gold and silver, while the Sierra blue and alpine green colors familiar from the iPhone 13 Pro will be discontinued.
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The colors blue and violet are new instead. As with the iPhone 13, the color is matched to the stainless steel frame, only the gold and violet models have the antenna bands set off in white. However, it also seems possible that there are only four new colors and one of them looks different under different lighting conditions. In the front of the new iPhone, instead of the notch, there is a “dual punch hole” intended for the camera.
Similar to the current situation with Nvidia’s graphics cards, the designs of these prototypes do not have to be final and some details could change before the presentation. The final presentation of the new iPhones should take place on September 7th and then at the latest all details should be clarified. The current iPhone 13 is over 790 euros listed in the PCGH price comparison, while the flagship model iPhone 13 Pro Max from 1,109 euros is available.