An iPhone 12 Pro prototype has just surfaced and it gives an interesting look at the latest build of Appleâ€™s nonUI version of iOS 14 called SwitchBoard along with an early version of whatâ€™s become the very popular Pacific Blue color.
Guilio Zompetti shared two images of the iPhone 12 Pro prototype today on Twitter today. The first image gives a look at the latest version of SwitchBoard, a nonUI version of iOS 14. Itâ€™s used as an internal tool that features a variety of utilities. Apple uses SwitchBoard to test a variety of features with new iPhones.
Utilities weâ€™ve seen in previous versions of SwitchBoard are present here like Console, USBHost, QRCode, Reliability, as well as some newer ones like Ness and Astro.
Itâ€™s hard to tell with what looks like dim lighting in the second image below, but itâ€™s possible the Pacific Blue could be slightly darker/different on this iPhone 12 Pro prototype than what Apple settled on with the final version.
In related news, last month we saw a neat Apple Watch prototype in a stealthy case:
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