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iPhone 16 Pro could come in a rose titanium color

Kuo: iPhone 16 Pro replacing blue with rose titanium color

TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has laid out his predictions for the color options for the iPhone 16 lineup, coming in the fall of 2024.

He believes the iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Plus will keep the same color options as the existing iPhone 15 lineup, with one exception. Black, green, pink, and blue should all be similar to the existing options.

Kuo believes the current pale yellow color in the current options will be replaced with what he calls “white.” This could well be the color Apple tends to refer to as “Starlight,” a whiteish-gold shade.

For the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max models, Kuo expects to see the “Natural Titanium,” “Black Titanium,” and “White Titanium” options as they are now on the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max. The current “Blue Titanium” option, however, would be dropped.

Replacing it would be a new “Rose Titanium” selection, he believes. Kuo hedges his bets by noting that Apple may rename existing color options, even if they are the same shade as before.

His prediction may suggest that he does not expect the overall exterior design of at least the iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max models to change significantly. AppleInsider has previously reported that Apple may be planning to give each model of the iPhone 16 line its own size of casing.

Under the rumored plan, the iPhone 16 would retain the traditional 6.1-inch screen size, and the Plus will remain at a 6.7-inch screen size. However, the iPhone 16 Pro would grow to a 6.3-inch screen, and the Pro Max would climb to a 6.9-inch screen size.

Apple will reveal the iPhone 16 lineup during an event in September.

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