Render images show off iPhone 12 in navy blue and flat edges


New renders images that are circulating online show the iPhone 12 blue navy. Let’s find out how Apple could launch the upcoming iPhone 12 navy blue color in October.

After the first CAD images of the next iPhones, a new render shared online by Svetapple (via 9to5Mac) shows the possible blue navy coloring of the new Apple smartphones.

So far, all the rumors confirm the iPhone 12 will have a design with flat edges, which is similar to that of the iPad Pro and the now-iconic iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. Among the aesthetic novelties, there should also be a blue navy color, which will replace the night green of the iPhone 11.

The new renderings made by Svetapple allow us to take a look at what this new iPhone 12 blue navy could look like, with a matte and very dark color. The concepts also imagine a slightly smaller notch.

As expected, Apple is to introduce four different variants of the iPhone 12, including a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models, and a 6.7-inch option. All four will have the same design, OLED screen, and 5G connectivity, while the Pro models of the 6.1 and 6.7 inches will have the LiDAR sensor integrated into the camera.

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