Apple is expected to launch its next-generation of iPhones some time in September this year. While the launch date or anything about the iPhones hasn’t been confirmed by Apple, rumour mills have been churning out information routinely. The latest rumour hints at an all-new colour option.
According to Korean leaker, who cites information from a China-based supplier, the iPhone 13 could come in “sunset gold” colour option. The leaker suggests that iPhone 13 Pro may be offered in four colour options — black, silver, rose gold, and sunset gold.
The sunset gold colour option will have a “bronze gold” feel whereas the rose gold looks “very pale”, as per the leak.
The tipster has also suggested that the new colour options are intended for the high-end iPhone 13 Pro models. Do note that the name scheme of the iPhones hasn’t been confirmed and it’s an educated guess being made by most tipsters.
A previous leak had also suggested a bronze-like colour option coming to iPhone 13 Pro. It has also been suggested that the black colour option would be matte finish unlike the graphite colour scheme in the existing Pro line up of iPhones.
As far as the non-Pro iPhone 13 models are concerned, it is likely that Apple could retain the colourful options it offers.
iPhone 13: What else to expect
So far leaks and rumours have suggested that the iPhone 13 could have a smaller notch and new display-related features. Bloomberg’s
Mark Gurman has shared a few features that could be a part of the iPhone 13.
Gurman said that the one display feature that could make its way is the always-on mode. The always-on mode display feature would give iPhone users the option to access some information — time, weather, notifications — without actually waking the iPhone. The feature has already been part of the Apple Watch for the last two years.
Apple Watch

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Design Rectangular Dial Design
Display 1.5 Inch (3.81 cm) Display

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