iPhone 14 colours just got LEAKED! Green, Purple, Black and more options to choose from

    A leakster has informed about the colour options iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max will be available in. Green, Purple, and more- check details here.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Aug 05 2022, 18:52 IST
    Know the colour options provided for iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max. (Representative Image)
    Know the colour options provided for iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max. (Representative Image) (Bloomberg)
    Know the colour options provided for iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max. (Representative Image)
    Know the colour options provided for iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max. (Representative Image) (Bloomberg)

    Amidst all the hype, reports, rumours and leaks, people are all excited about the launch of the Apple iPhone 14 series, which is just over a month away. Though, nothing official, there is another leaked information adding to the list. This time it is about the colour options you will get to choose from for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. According to the information provided by leaker @Jioriku on Twitter, iPhone 14 will get colour options like Green, Purple, Blue, Black, White and Red. The leaskster also informed that the Pink colour is replaced with purple.

    While the iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max will get colour options including Green, Purple, Silver, Gold, and Graphite. Here Purple takes the place of Sierra Blue. "Colors are as follows this year: iPhone 14 gets: Green, Purple, Blue, Black, White and Red. (Pink is replaced with purple from what I'm told). iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max gets: Green, Purple, Silver, Gold, and Graphite. Purple takes the place of Sierra Blue as I'm told , " his tweet read.

    Jioriku, through a series of tweets gave several other informations related to the upcoming iPhone 14 models. He informed that the A16 Bionic chipset will be based on the same 5nm process as the A15 was built on. He also said that A16 in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have been seen testing at a few percentage points higher on test boards due to a better heat management system.

    “A16 in the 14 Pro/Pro Max have been seen testing at a few percentage points higher on test boards due to a better heat management system. Mostly software best I can tell, but the 14 P/PM may have some chassis changes that allow for this as well. Hard to tell from images,” he tweeted.

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    Talking about the display and design, he said that the iPhone 14 always-on display (AOD) looks identical to what is seen in the Xcode leaks from recent days. “AOD looks identical to what is seen in the Xcode leaks from recent days. Will only follow the lockscreen widgets and have no way to make them different. They're going for continuity here so the complications are a mirror of the lockscreen. Will have a similar mode to the Apple Watch when Nightstand Mode is enabled. This (best I can tell) is the only way the AOD will differ from the lockscreen when enabled,” he tweeted.

    He further informed that the iPhone 14 body materials are staying the same as last year as well. “Titanium housing options were made as prototypes but I never saw a prototype with an actual board, display, etc. Was deemed too hard to work with and not cost effective as a result.”

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    “Storage options are the same, no real changes were expected in that department. Camera lenses are in fact from a different supplier though I cannot confirm who. BOE displays for the 14 base are in mass production and are ready to go, look just fine best I can tell. Just the 14 B,” another tweet read.

    Furthermore, Jioriku says that the iPhone 14 Pro's hole-punch display panels look weird as expected but are very much a thing. Informing about the charging capacity, he tweeted, “30W charging for 30W or higher bricks for the first bit of a charge cycle. Drops down to 27-25W (depends on heat) so results may vary. Note this wired. Wireless is staying the same.”

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    First Published Date: 05 Aug, 18:52 IST
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