New leaks indicate that Apple will introduce fresh color choices for the upcoming iPhone 16 and iPhone 16 Pro series.

According to industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s recent post on X, the iPhone 16 series will come in black, green, pink, blue, and white, while the iPhone 16 Pro series will be offered in black, white, grey, and rose.

Apple is anticipated to launch four new models this September: iPhone 16, iPhone 16 Plus, iPhone 16 Pro, and iPhone 16 Pro Max. The addition of new colours is expected to attract a broader range of customers and refresh the aesthetic appeal of the popular smartphone line.

Insiders say that the iPhone 16 Pro series is expected to be 20% brighter than the iPhone 15 Pro, significantly improving visibility in everyday use, particularly outdoors where sunlight can be challenging. For the last three years, iPhone brightness has been consistent at 1,000 nits, but these leaks suggest a notable enhancement for users.

Besides the display upgrade, the iPhone 16 Pro series is anticipated to come with a powerful 3nm A18 Pro chipset and enhanced connectivity features. This leak is considered credible due to its source, Weibo leaker Instant Digital, who previously accurately predicted the nanotexture glass option for the iPad Pro.

The possible upgrades for the iPhone 16 Pro include an improved 48MP main lens for better image quality, as well as the inclusion of a 48MP ultrawide sensor in the rear camera configuration. Additionally, the telephoto features might include a Tetraprism zoom lens offering 5x lossless zoom. To further enhance image quality, the sensors could be coated with nano texture to reduce flare and ghosting.

The iPhone 16 Pro has already attracted attention for its exceptional design and advanced features, distinguishing it from competitors. With the anticipated upgrades, Apple appears intent on making the iPhone 16 Pro a compelling upgrade from its predecessor, the iPhone 15 Pro. The device is expected to rival the Pro Max variant, providing a strong option for those seeking superior performance and display quality.