iPhone 11 Pro’s midnight green color option seems to have proven popular since its introduction last fall. But it might not stick around. A new rumor suggests Apple will swap it for navy blue later this year.
The iPhone is due for a design change in 2020, having last received an overhaul with the iPhone X in 2017. However, you may be waiting a bit longer, if a new report from Mac Otakara is to be believed.
The online publication claims that the iPhone 12 could boast the same housing design as the iPhone 11. The only big changes would be the camera technology and overall size and thickness of the devices.
Apple’s share price is more than double what it was this time last year. Cult of Mac asked prominent market-analysis firms to explain this meteoric rise. Several of them listed not just the upcoming debut of the 5G iPhone for investor optimism, but also the imminent launch of a budget model.
It’s no surprise Apple is working on a new iPhone SE for 2020. Recent rumors have indicated it will make its debut in the spring. But that particular model might be just one of two planned for this year.
A new report claims Apple is also working on a larger, “upgraded” version that will be available later in the year.
A supposed “iPhone 12” dummy unit offers what may be our very first glimpse at next year’s big redesign.
It shows a device that looks a lot like an iPhone 11 Pro Max from the front, with a large, edge-to-edge display and notch. But it sports flat sides and sharper edges that are inspired by the iconic iPhone 4.
iPhone hasn’t become a boring, mature product. Not according to Apple’s CEO, anyway. Tim Cook promises plenty of future iPhone innovation, though he admits progress is faster in some years than others.