Apple expected launch iPhone 12 with new Navy Blue color option

Apple will launch at least one of its new iPhone 12 models in a Navy Blue color option.

According to insiders XDA Developers and EverythingApplePro, the company has been working on new color options for the iPhone 12, to replace the current iPhone 11 colors.

Max Weinbach, who spoke to EverythingApplePro exclusively about the new leak, said that Navy Blue would serve as a replacement to the current Midnight Green finish, which was made available last year for the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max models.

To demonstrate how the new iPhone 12 could look, EverythingApplePro has put together a stunning mockup of the new Navy Blue finish, giving us the clearest idea yet of the iPhone.

This is not the first time that Weinbach has accurately revealed a new color for the iPhone; the reliable leaker last year revealed that the successor to the iPhone XR would be available in a green option.

He also predicted that Apple would make the volume HUD less obtrusive in iOS 13, though he has also shared some rumors that didn’t work out, like a Calculator app for the iPad and the HomePod launching in countries such as Australia last year.

Still, it could be that Apple changed its roadmaps rather than Weinbach being wrong.

Check out the video from EverythingApplePro to see the new iPhone 12 in all of its glory.

Apple is expected to launch five new iPhones this year, including an affordable successor to the iPhone SE, set to be called the iPhone 9, as well as four new high-end 5G smartphones in September – two successors to the iPhone 11, and one for the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.

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