The latest iPhone 12 renders hint at the base model's colorful potential
Apple is rumored to launch 4 discrete variants of its iPhone later in 2020: 2 "Pro" models and 2 "base" models. The smaller of the latter, despite its probable role as the cheapest of its series, may be interesting as it may be the first truly compact flagship-grade mobile device the OEM has produced in a long time.
Its markedly small dimensions - many leaks have its screen down as being just 5.4 inches in length - are emphasized in a new set of renders generated by SvetApple. This blog has made the new images in order to project what it might look like in all its possible colorways.
It may be reasonable to expect that an iPhone 12 5.4 would launch in standard black, white and red shades. They are covered in the new renders; in addition, SvetApple hypothesizes that Apple will retain the yellow, green and purple shades from the 11, and also add a light blue.
They show up quite well against the new rumored iPhone design, which may exchange curving glass for curving corners and flat, stark edges in 2020. The new renders also include a notch in the "small iPhone's" display, although it might be less pronounced compared to earlier work.
Finally, the images underpin the notion the iPhone 12 base model is stuck with dual rear cameras, which are prominent against its riot of colorful rear panels here.