When the iPhone 14 is released later this year, Asketchy reports that it will have a purple colour option for both the standard and “Pro” models of the gadget.
Per AppleTrack’s findings:
Instead of the present iPhone 13’s twin circle flash design, the new flash is described as “a tiny circle in a huge circle.”
An even more tantalising prospect is the possibility of a stunning new shade of purple, one whose hue may shift with the light:
Both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will have a new purple colour option that changes in tone based on the illumination. The iPhone 14 will be available in black, white, blue, red, and purple, while the iPhone 14 Pro will come in graphite, gold, silver, and purple, according to the report.
Even if both phones are purple, it’s a safe bet that users will like the return of this popular hue on the iPhone. The disappointment of some consumers who wanted all the hues to be available at launch was compounded this year by Apple’s unveiling of a new spring-themed iPhone colour for the second year in a row.
It is predicted that the iPhone 14 will be released in the typical time frame later this year, including a new CPU for the Pro variants.