A pink variant to iPhone 13 rumor is being Tweeted

An evident picture of a pink iPhone 13 has recently been on Twitter and this speculation may possibly be fulfilled. It was only some time before the great algorithm brought pink and iPhone leaks together. On May 5, the Peng phones account on Twitter generated a sensation when twittering a photograph of a pink iPhone 13 Pro Max  renderer, which looks like the same people dreamed it has given us "aesthetic" screens for the iPhone home.

The color referred to as "Rose Pink" in the tweet, is surrounded by what appears to be other pink Apple accessories: AirPods, AirPods Max, an iPhone case. Peng Phones teased a December 2021 release date for the color option, though subsequent tweets from the same account also mention November 2021 releases for "Pink," "Rose Pink" and even "Rosegold Pink" iPhones.

The color and release date will not be a total surprise. The release schedule for Apple's iPhone 12 was almost as compliquely structured as its price, with the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro coming earlier than the iPhone 12 Pro Max and Mini. However, there are further different colors, Apple's Pro line, iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max, even features the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini.

iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max colors:

Silver

Graphite

Gold

Pacific blue

iPhone 12 and 12 Mini colors:

Black

White

Blue

Green

Product red

Purple

It's difficult to verify the validity of this rumor because it didn't come from or be confirmed by well-known leakers with a past record of Apple leaks, and it's definitely easy enough for someone on Twitter to modify an image and call it a "leaked render." A large portion of the Twitter churn was cynical.

Apple hasn't officially announced a release date or any color choices for the iPhone 13 (if that's the real name), so we can only guess at this stage. But what are the chances of a pink iPhone 13 being released in 2021? They're not bad at all.

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