What you need to know
- Leaker DuanRui has shared images of what are said to be the new case colors Apple will release for its spring collection.
- The colors are similar to those released last year.
Apple may be getting ready to announce some new iPhone 12 MagSafe Cases after new colors were leaked to Twitter.
Shared by leaker DuanRui, the colors were first found on Weibo as noted by MacRumors. The original leaker's record is unknown, but DuanRui has proven accurate in the past. If legit, the leak suggests we can look forward to new blue, purple, green, and orange iPhone 12 MagSafe Cases in the near future.
iPhone 12 series Apple official protective shell spring new color pic.twitter.com/ycn47kkm4DiPhone 12 series Apple official protective shell spring new color pic.twitter.com/ycn47kkm4D— DuanRui (@duanrui1205) April 2, 2021April 2, 2021
These colors do largely match the same ones Apple released for spring 2020, although they were obviously for the iPhone 11 and not iPhone 12 devices. The spring collection of accessories tends to arrive around the end of March and beginning of April so it's likely we'll see something within the next few weeks. Apple is also rumored to have a virtual event planned for April – it's possible the new colors will drop as part of that event.
The current MagSafe cases are among some of the best iPhone 12 cases around right now. The inclusion of magnets to aid the MagSafe wireless charging feature is important, while the silicone construction makes iPhones less likely to fall out of your hand at every turn.
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