iPhone 11 Colors | Which colors are the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max available in?

With the recent announcement of the new iPhone 11, many fans are surely wondering about the available Apple iPhone 11 colors. Getting a new iPhone is always a memorable event, so you should leave absolutely nothing to chance. Apple’s lower-priced iPhone 11 offers the largest color selection, with some of the colors previously used in models such as the iPhone XR, but there are a couple of surprises as well.

Apple iPhone 11 colors

iPhone 11 Colors

The Apple iPhone 11 colors include a new pale green model, but this is just one of the six colors that you can choose from. Purple is the other new color when comparing to the previous and popular iPhone XR model. Black and white are the more traditional colors that many Apple fans consider when purchasing a new phone, but other options are available as well.

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So, the six iPhone 11 colors that you can pick from are purple, yellow, green, black, white, and product red. The coral and blue colors that you can still find in the current iPhone XR model didn’t make the jump to the new model.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone Pro Max colors

The superior versions of the iPhone 11 are called iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max. The colors for these versions are entirely distinct from the low-tier model, lending a more stylish and sleeker look to the phones.

The iPhone Pro colors are gold, midnight green, silver, and space gray. The midnight green and space gray colors may look similar in promotional materials to those who aren’t the best at telling the individual colors, but there is no way for you to mix gold or silver.

The iPhone Pro Max shares the same set of colors with the iPhone Pro, so in fact you have two different color sets for the three new Apple iPhone 11 models.

The iPhone 11 prices start at $699, with the iPhone Pro starting at $999, and the iPhone Pro Max price starting at $1,099. Pre-orders start on September 13 with the shipping date scheduled for September 20.