Apple won’t release the iPhone 12 for another eight months or so, but that isn’t stopping the rumors from already circulating. The latest is one that we’re particularly interested in learning from because it suggests that there might be a new iPhone color on the horizon. A new report has Apple launching Navy Blue this year.

This report comes via Max Weinbach and EverythingApplePro, so whether you put any stock in it will very much be up to you. But Weinbach is also the person behind recent Samsung leaks that appear to be accurate, so keep that in mind.

The story goes that Apple will offer Navy Blue as part of the iPhone 12 Pro lineup, bringing the color to Apple’s smartphone for the first time. And if that does come to pass the report also has Apple ditching the Midnight Green color that was introduced in 2018.

With that, we’re rather torn. The thought of picking up a Navy Blue iPhone is definitely something that piques our interest, but we’re also huge fans of the Midnight Green iPhone 11 Pro, too. Which would we take if we had to choose? That’s a difficult question indeed, but we think that blue might just win us over.

We’ve heard tons of claims about the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro in recent days including a new one recently that has at least one iPhone being thinner than previous models. It will also be taller, too, thanks to a monster 6.7-inch display.

We expect to learn more about the unannounced phones as the year progresses, especially once WWDC 2020 is out of the way in June.

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