Tipster delicious new iPhone 14 color

Now that we are pretty sure of what we can expect from Apple iPhone 14 Series in terms of specifications and design, it’s time to divert our attention to one thing that has a major impact on purchasing decisions: color.
A now deleted Weibo post that was viewed by AppleTrack said both the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro would be available in a purple hue. Six months after the launch of the iPhone 12 series, Apple released purple versions of iPhone 12 and 12 mini. In the same way, the company unveiled something new green variants of the iPhone 13 that were announced six months ago last month.
Many customers who had already purchased their iPhones wished that Apple had introduced the new colors before. This time, the purple variant will likely be available at launch, and although there is no mention of what purple shade it would be, the report mentions that the shade will change depending on the lighting, which sounds pretty cool and may help Apple cement further its position as best selling phone manufacturer in key markets.
Per another Weibo postThe 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max will also be available in Midnight, Starlight, Sky Blue and Red, while the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max will also come in Graphite, Silver and Gold.

It also looks like the iPhone 14 Pro will have a darker shade of purple than the regular models.

Although these rumors come from uncontrollable sources, they have been backed by ShrimpAppleProwhich was the first to leak the iPhone 14 Pro’s new design.

Another thing that has been revealed is that the iPhone 14 series will have a new flash design. The new flash has been described as “a small circle in a large circle”, in contrast to the dual circle design seen on the latest models. Whether the new flash will improve photography in any way is not known.

Previous reports have said that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will be upgraded to a larger 48 MP camera with higher resolution, and the whole range can get a improved front camera with autofocus and f / 1.9 aperture, which should help them get sharper, brighter images.

The Pro models are also likely to drop the iconic notch for pellet and hole cuttings and may be powered by the faster and more energy-efficient A16 Bionic chip, while the regular variants will continue to have the same design and possibly be powered by a relatively less powerful chipset.