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iPhone 16 Pro To Come in Titanium Rose Colour

This year’s iPhone 16 Pro lineup will boast a unique Rose model according to a report. Usually, Apple launches one unique colour per year that the company doesn’t repeat across the iPhone Pro range and this year, it is Titanium Rose.

According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 16 Pro will come in Black, Silver and Grey alongside a Rose-tinted colour. The Black, Silver and Grey models will repeat the iPhone 15 Pro Titanium colours. However, last year’s Blue Titanium will be replaced with Rose.

The colour Rose is a difficult one to predict. While many might immediately go towards a red shade, the “rose” colour gradient could be anything from a light pink to a dark red. So at the moment, we’ll just have to imagine a red (ish) colour on the iPhone 16 Pro.

As for the non-Pro iPhone models, the source claims Apple is keeping the same colour lineup for the standard iPhone 16. However, Ming-Chi Kou claims these colours will “look different” despite being called the same.

Usually, Apple switches things up with the standard iPhone models by tweaking the shades of the colours found on the devices. Some years these shades are darker while other years, they are lighter. Last year, the iPhone 16 lineup boasted a pastel colour scheme. It will be interesting to see where Apple takes the colours this year.

The iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro are expected to be announced much later this year during Apple’s annual September event. At the moment, details on the range are scarce and not much has leaked regarding the new features and tech inside these devices.

Apple is expected to host its WWDC event next month where the company will showcase some heavy AI features coming to its software. These will likely predict some specs of the iPhone 16 lineup.

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