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Apple's iPhone 13 Pro Might Release in a New Matte Black Colorway

Fresh renderings of the upcoming smartphone have surfaced.

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Apple's iPhone 13 Pro Might Release in a New Matte Black Colorway

Fresh renderings of the upcoming smartphone have surfaced.

Apple‘s anticipated iPhone 13 Pro could release in two new colorways, matte black and orange.

Filip Koroy of YouTube channel EverythingApplePro reports on intel from tech leaker Max Weinbach, who purports Apple will revamp its classic Space Gray colorway in a darker, nearly pitch black shade. Koroy notes that Apple has experimented with jet black fabrication before, specifically on the iPhone X (of course, an all-black iteration never made it to market). In addition to matte black, the iPhone 13 Pro may also release in an orange-bronze shade, a totally unexpected introduction to Apple’s lineup.

Apple’s alleged iPhone 13 Pro colorways are rumors that have yet to be confirmed by the tech giant, so stay tuned. In the meantime, check out renderings of the forthcoming smartphone above.

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