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Shortly after the presentation of the iPhone 15, representatives of the press were able to evaluate Apple’s new flagships live, before sales began. The most attentive journalists, who held the Pro and Pro Max models in their hands after their colleagues, noticed that by that time, the titanium frame of the smartphones had started to look quite “worn” – and they shared corresponding pictures.
The iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max became the company’s first smartphones with titanium body elements. They will be available in four colors: natural, white, black, and blue. Journalists noticed that the last two versions partially change the shade on the side edges – this is clearly visible in the photographs they took and in those taken at the event videos.
It is not yet known whether the frame itself changes color, or whether the coating only visually darkens and then easily rubs off. Apple did not comment on the situation, but one of the tech bloggers on the social network X did. According to him, vacuum deposition (PVD) cannot be erased so easily, and the effect in the photo is a feature of titanium when it comes into contact with skin secretions. If this theory is confirmed, then the problem can be solved using any case.