Apple said last year it will bring USB-C to the iPhone, and now alleged pictures of the iPhone 15’s USB-C port hint at light blue and green colors for Apple’s new non-Pro phones, according to leaker Majin Bu (via AppleInsider). The images, which were shared on X (formerly Twitter) this morning, show three naked USB-C modules in the two colors, as well as a dark, black shade. In addition, Majin Bu shared pictures of somewhat crude mock-ups of the phone, including one with an apparently off-center hole for the USB-C port.
Majin Bu later clarified that the existence of a green USB-C port doesn’t mean there will actually be a green iPhone at launch, guessing Apple will release it in the spring, something the company’s done with lighter colors for a few years now.
Apple usually announces its next-generation iPhones in September, which is coming up fast. Longtime Apple supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote on Medium today that the company has already prepped to start mass-shipping the phones later this week, undercutting shipment delay fears.
As always, take these rumors with a grain of salt. The next Apple event is almost certainly weeks away, but it hasn’t been announced, and neither have these phones and cases.