Ever wondered how iPhone 12 will look like, or how the good it will be as technology is moving to another dimension gradually? We’ve all seen iPhone 11 and the other models in the 11 series, some of us have used it and attest to how exquisite and premium it feels. The big question is, what are we expecting in iPhone 12.
As you know, Apple likes to tease consumers with different models in each series and the upcoming iPhone 12 is also going to have the Base Model, Max, Pro, and Pro Max.
Some reliable sources have been leaking important upgrades (or changes) to expect in this new set of iPhones which according to many is set for release in September 2020 together with iOS 14 which is tipped to be a revolutionary iOS compared to the previously released versions.
Top iPhone 12 rumors
It still remains a rumor until proven true. Then again, these sources claimed these are inside rumors so the probability of these implementations is very high. Topmost rumored features are
- Apple said the iPhone 12 will be available “a few weeks later” than the usual mid-September launch. An October release date is possible.
- Sept. 10 is the suspected announcement date.
- There may be four iPhone 12 models in three different screen sizes: the iPhone 12 (5.4-inch), 12 Max (6.1-inch), 12 Pro (6.1-inch), and 12 Pro Max (6.7-inch).
- iPhone 12 base model may be cheaper than the iPhone 11’s $699 starting price.
- iPhone 12 may not come with earbuds or a power adapter.
- iPhone 12 may come in dark blue.
- iPhone 12 phones may have 5G.
- iPhone 12’s rear-facing camera(s) may have 3D depth-sensing technology.
According to a recent Japanese publication, Mac Otakara, the iPhone 12 wouldn’t look anything too different from the current iPhone 11 series, the only major difference is a slightly slimmer and bowed edges. This is also borrowing characteristics from the iPad Pro and also going to have 40% decreased bezel and a reduced notch.
Unlike its immediate predecessor, the iPhone 12 will have four different models, moving from the current 6.5inch display to a larger 6.7inch display in the Pro Max. These will also come with differences in the camera arrangements in the back as we’ve already seen in the 11 series.
In one of the more unpopular rumors, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that. This would be a move to encourage people to buy the company’s wireless instead. Apple has included EarPod headphones since the , so this would be a notable change. AirPod and earbuds are currently priced at $159 (£159, AU$249) and $249 (£249, AU$399), respectively.
Given that the latest iPhones have the A13 Bionic processor, it is highly probable that the next proprietary chipset will be called the A14 Bionic. And like every year, we expect this one to be faster and more efficient than its predecessor. More specifically, however, one Apple leaker on Twitter, Komiya, reported that the A14 will have a CPU gain of 40% and a GPU gain of 50%.
Last year Apple introduced a midnight green color on the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Whether, the color variant actually . This year there may be a possibility that Apple will launch another new color, according to XDA Developer. This would be on-trend since blue is both Pantone’s color pick for the new year (“classic blue”) and Shutterstock included “phantom blue” in its color forecast for 2020.
Several rumors are predicting that Apple will include 5G connectivity this year. More specifically, Apple analyst Ming-chi Kuo expects the company to unveil three 5G phones and Fast Company reported that.
There are a couple of reasons why the company didn’t jump on the trend in 2019. First, Apple usually isn’t the first in on mobile trends, preferring instead to perfect an emerging technology before committing to it. For example, it was behind its competitors in making phones with 3G and 4G LTE connectivity when those networks just launched.