We have seen several rumors suggesting that there will be an iPhone 12 model available in Navy Blue this year, and now DigiTimes has come into action.
Referring to industry sources, the unreliable publication claims that a “dark blue” iPhone 12 is set for launch.
While DigiTimes does not specify, it is likely that the current iPhone 12 will actually be the Pro variant, replacing the popular Midnight Green model that debuted with the iPhone 11 Pro.
In addition to adding a dark blue model, for the first time, to the iPhone family of products, Apple is also bringing a number of specification upgrades to new iPhones, including camera modules, monitors and communication modules.
We saw talk of a navy blue iPhone first appeared in January, and it has been a recurring theme since then. We have seen many concepts based on that color, and we are in for a treat if the finished product looks something as good as these videos and photos.
The news that a “dark blue” iPhone is coming was part of a larger piece that claims that a smaller number of iPhone 12 models will be sent this year than iPhone 11 models last year. This is very likely due to a few factors, not least the fact that we are still in the midst of a global pandemic.
Throw in the fact that the US continues to quarrel with China in a way that could see iOS lose WeChat, and things could be very difficult for the iPhone later this year.
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