iPhone 13, Mini, Pro & Pro Max Colors – Here’s the Full (And Official) List of All Colors!

While some like to stick to the same color each year, others like to experiment and change things up when it comes to their smartphones. With that said, we’re sure you’re curious about the iPhone 13, Mini, Pro, and Pro Max colors, right? After all, if you want to get your hands on the latest iPhone generation as soon as possible, you’ll want to place your order straight away. So, here’s what you need to know.

So, What Colors Does the iPhone 13 Come In? 

The iPhone 13 generation consists of two separate lineups in terms of their colors. The ‘Mini’ and ‘Standard’ iPhone 13 models should come in pastel colors, while the ‘Pro’ and ‘Pro Max’ should come in more elegant hues.  

To learn more and compare this year’s lineup with the previous iPhone generations, make sure to check out the following table. 

iPhone Models Colors
iPhone 13 – Standard & Mini Pink, Blue, Black, White, and Red.
iPhone 13 – Pro & Pro Max Blue, Silver, Graphite, and Gold.
iPhone 12 – Standard & Mini White, Black, Blue, Green, Purple, Red, Pink.
iPhone 12 – Pro & Pro Max Graphite, Silver, Gold, Pacific Blue.
iPhone 11 – Standard & Mini White Black, Green, Yellow, Purple, Red. 
iPhone 11 – Pro & Pro Max Gold, Space Grey, Silver, Midnight Green.

What Did the Rumors Say About iPhone 13’s Colors?

Back in March, a rumor surfaced that Apple was working on a matte black color option for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. In addition, that same report said that the 2021 iPhone generation would include a bronze color.

Also, let us remind you that the last year’s iPhones (the ‘standard’ and ‘mini’ models) came in a series of bright and pastel colors. More precisely, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini came in blue, purple, red, green, black, and white.

So, what do you think about the iPhone 13 colors? Which one do you like the best? Let us know via the comments section below. And thanks for reading!



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