iPhone 16 Pro Now Available in Space Gray, White, and Rose Colors with Increased Storage

Rumor: iPhone 16 Pro to Feature Colored Back Glass and Aerospace-Grade Aluminum Enclosure?

In a recent development, there is a buzz that the iPhone 16 Pro may incorporate the color-infused back glass system that was first introduced with the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. This new feature is said to enhance durability and provide more vibrant colors.

According to a post on Chinese social media site Weibo, Apple is planning to use the same color-infusing technology for the iPhone 16 Pro that was first seen on the iPhone 15 models in 2023. The rumored color lineup for the iPhone 16 Pro may have already been leaked, but this latest information suggests that the device will come in Space Black, White, Gray, and Rose.

The back glass of the iPhone 16 Pro will be strengthened using a dual-ion exchange process, polished with nanocrystalline particles, and etched to create a luxurious matte finish. The aerospace-grade aluminum enclosure of the phone will also feature a contoured edge for added comfort.

If true, this would be a departure from Apple’s usual practice of introducing new features on the Pro models first. Typically, advancements in technology debut on the Pro models and then trickle down to the regular models in subsequent years. However, it seems that this time around, Apple may be keeping things simple with its color choices for the iPhone 16 Pro.

While there have been several leakers sharing Apple rumors this year, their track record for accuracy is not strong. Therefore, it is important to take these rumors with a grain of salt until official confirmation from Apple itself.

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