Apple’s iPhone 12 rendered in its stunning new Navy Blue finish which replaces Midnight Green.
Teaming up with popular YouTuber Filip Koroy (aka EverythingApplePro), XDA Developers’ industry insider Max Weinbach has exclusively revealed the iPhone 12 Pro series will look a shade different than many buyers expect because Apple is scrapping its ‘Midnight Green’ finish in favour of a new ‘Navy Blue’.
On the face of it, this is a simple change but it is also a surprising one. Why? Because Midnight Green was reported to be the most popular finish for the iPhone 11 Pro models at launch and Apple only introduced it last year. The good news? The new blue looks superb with Koroy’s renders suggesting this will be the colour to buy in 2020.
Of course, this is a superficial change compared to what we else know Apple has lined up for its new iPhones, but it might just be the cherry on top. After all, alongside screen size changes, Apple will give the iPhone 12 line-up new 120Hz OLED ProMotion displays, exciting long-range 3D mapping cameras, long-awaited 5G connectivity across the range, a potentially transformative new A14 chip and Touch ID via an in-display sensor.
Further images of Midnight Blue on a render of the iPhone 12 Pro
In fact, the only downside to the new range is Apple looks set to increase prices once again. Furthermore, there are currently big discounts on the iPhone 11 range (one of which was my smartphone of the year) so if you want to step up right now, I wouldn’t blame you and these are picks of the top deals right now:
Gordon’s Top Apple Daily Deals:
- iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro – New lines save up to $800 on with AT&T + upgrades receive $50 Costco shop card (valid until 01/23/20) – Membership Wireless – shop deal now
- iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max – Get up to $700 on these Apple devices with port-in to a new line activation on an eligible Unlimited plan – Target – shop deals now
- iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max – Up to $300 gift card with qualified activation on Verizon and AT&T – Walmart – shop deal now
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