The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro were released in a variety of colours in October 2020, including some well-known classics and brand-new shades. If you have your heart set on a certain colour, you may not be able to obtain your desired model in that shade because the 12 and 12 Pro come in various colour options.
IPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini
There are six colour options for both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. Apple’s iPhone 12 series has a bolder, more vibrant colour scheme. The following six hues are offered:
The Space Gray or Apple’s new Graphite colours should not be mistaken with the Black iPhone 12. Contrarily, White is similar to Silver on the iPhone 12 Pro except that it has less pronounced matte metal edges.
IOS 12 Pro and iOS 12 Pro Max
Four colours are offered for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. For the iPhone 12 Pro models, Apple chose a more restrained and sophisticated colour scheme compared to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 small. There are four colours to choose from:
- Pacific Blue
It’s important to note that the Silver colour of the iPhone 12 Pro only applies to the corners of the phone. The back of the Silver iPhone 12 is really white. In addition, the new Graphite shade actually seems to be rather close to earlier generations’ Space Gray.
The Midnight Green of the iPhone 11 Pro has been replaced with Pacific Blue for 2019, and the green Pro variant is no longer offered.
How to Choose Color
If you use your iPhone with a cover, you may want to think about what colour would go best with it. You could choose more neutral colours like Black or White on the iPhone 12 or Graphite or Silver on the iPhone 12 Pro, and use a more vibrant cover to contrast them. If you don’t use a case, you may want to choose a colour choice that is more striking.
Customers who own various Apple products may also wish to get an iPhone in a colour that matches their other products. For instance, the Graphite iPhone 12 Pro would go best with a Space Gray MacBook Pro if you currently have one. The Silver iPhone 12 Pro will go well with your Silver stainless steel Apple Watch.
If you want a iPhone in a whole new tint, Purple, Blue, and Pacific Blue are the newest colours available. The likelihood that you own the most recent smartphone is highest for these colours.
The colour you choose can also depend on how often you update your iPhone. If you update every year, you may feel more comfortable purchasing a new hue, but if you maintain your iPhone for a long time, it could be a better idea to take into account a colour that you previously liked if it is still available.
With a molecular structure that resembles the stainless steel underlying, the new Gold colour is more durable than “normal” PVD thanks to a unique high-power, impulse magnetron sputtering (HiPIMS) method that applies the coating in a super-dense pattern. One additional advantage is that it is easy to wipe clean and takes on fewer fingerprints.
Additionally, the new coating seems to be “more durable” than the one used for other iPhone 12 Pro finishes, indicating that the Gold model of the handset may be at least marginally less prone to nicks, scratches, and other wear and tear. Customers who use their iPhone without a cover could find that the Gold iPhone 12 Pro is the ideal option due to its enhanced durability and fingerprint-repellent finish.