Apple is getting ready to take the wraps off a new iPhone generation, and a new report today indicates that the Cupertino-based tech giant is also planning a new color for its smartphone lineup.
Digitimes indicates that the upcoming iPhone 12 could also come with a dark blue version, a color that has previously been rumored several times, including for the current-generation iPhone.
However, the dark blue iPhone is obviously yet to be confirmed, as Apple has struggled to keep all detailed secret on its new-generation model. This isn’t the first time, however, when a Navy Blue iPhone is believed to be planned for the 2020 lineup, in addition to other models, including violet and orange.
On the other hand, it’s important to keep in mind that some colors might be exclusive to certain versions, so the dark blue finish could thus be offered only on the top-of-the-range iPhone 12 Pro Max.
All-in on 5G support
What we do know about the new-generation iPhones is that the device is projected to come with 5G support across the entire lineup, despite the fact that some people claim that a cheaper 4G version might also be on its way.
As for the launch of the new models, it’s believed that the iPhone 12 could hit a small delay. As per Apple’s typical schedule, the announcement was expected to happen in September this year, only that people close to the matter now say that the devices will be announced in October, with sales to begin in November.
A total of 4 different iPhones would see daylight this year, with the smaller model to feature a 5.4-inch display. For now, however, there’s a lot of speculation on the iPhone 12, but full information on the new models should make the headlines rather sooner than later as part of an official announcement.