The iPhone 12 may feature a new Navy Blue color option

The Midnight Green color for the iPhone 11 Pro lineup saw plenty of attention last year, and Apple may be shaking things up yet again this year.

The YouTube channel EverythingApplePro (via MacRumors) has published a video today that details a variety of leaks related to the upcoming iPhone lineup, expected to arrive later this year. That includes things like 6GB of RAM, changes to the rumored A14 processor, and the rumor that the biggest iPhone 12 could be thinner than the current iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Oh, and that the new Navy Blue color option may replace the Midnight Green hue from the iPhone 11 Pro series.

You can see what a Navy Blue iPhone 12 looks like in the image above, and, even if it is just a mockup, it is indeed striking. Nothing is official yet, and even if Apple is indeed planning to introduce this color option later this year, it’s possible it doesn’t happen. So we’ll just have to keep our fingers crossed for now. If you like the Navy Blue option, that is.

Max Weinbach, who published the video, has accurately called new iPhone colors in the past, like the new light green color introduced for the iPhone XR.

You can check out the video below:

There are rumors that Apple is going to introduce five new iPhone models later this year. That will include the oft-rumored “iPhone 9” or “iPhone SE 2” that’s rumored to launch in March. Later this year, we may see four iPhone 12 models, and if this rumor pans out we’ll get at least one new color option.

What do you think of Apple potentially sacrificing the Midnight Green color for a new Navy Blue?