It seems clear that this year the waters will return to their course and that Apple iPhones will hit the market when expected. That is, in the penultimate week of September. Another thing is to know what they will be called, since after several months in which all sources agreed that we will know them by the iPhone 13 nomenclature, in recent weeks the idea that we will not get to that much and that we are going to stay in a simple iPhone 12s and that’s it.
There are even some other current of leakers from the iOS ecosystem that deny either of the two previous possibilities and, in the same way that Apple ignored an iPhone 11s, the same could happen with 13 and its negative connotations of bad luck which has that number in many territories of the world. Be that as it may, another unknown factor to add to the rosary of leaks that have been taking place in recent times.
Bubblegum pink for a future iPhone?
The fact is that while we wait for Apple to celebrate the September keynote and confirm us what it will be called, new data appears on shades that we could find in the new Pro Max range of those iPhones. Since in recent days, as reported by colleagues from CNet, a curious tonality has appeared that is extraordinarily striking due to its colorful appearance.
It would be about a pink color bordering on that characteristic bubblegum tone and that it would come to give some life to the most expensive mobile phones of Californians. Of course, it must be noted that the Twitter account responsible for this leak in social networks has been that of an online store for the sale of accessories for mobile phones that we cannot consider as a relevant source when offering information on future launches of Manzana.
Even so, in the message you can read clearly that in December we will have this “Rose Pink”, which is a kind of “Pink Rose”, that in recreation gives the idea of being a digital twin of the strawberry gum tone, and that squeaks quite a bit with the line of more serious tones with which Apple tends to water that range of smartphones. Remember that these chromatic stridencies are usually left by the iPhone 11, iPhone 12 and, surely, the standard iPhone this year. Another possibility is that the store itself is in charge of manufacturing and distributing versions of this “Rose Pink” that they announce will be available for this year’s iPhone Pro Max. We will see if, When we get to the last month of 2021, this prediction comes true.