The latest generations of iPhone models were released less than one month ago, but many are already looking forward to the 2020 models.
One of the most surprising rumors argues that Apple will drop the popular S versions, which have been a staple for several years. The company plans to release the iPhone 12 range, according to a reliable source. One of the reasons may be de need to shrink the names of the devices since they have already reached double numbers.
It is also speculated that the upcoming generation of iPhones will come with major upgrades, the first after the introduction of the notch with the release of the iPhone X. Select sources claim that the Cupertino giant will drop the notch in favor of a clean panel with an in-display camera. Android devices with in-display cameras are already available, and it is unlikely that Apple will opt for a pop-up system.
When it comes to design, it is anticipated that Apple may opt to reinvent the iconic look of the iPhone 4S, a move that could attract a large number of potential customers. Many fans argue that the iPhone 4S remains the best looking iPhone released by Apple.
Some designers already envision a body out of metal, with glass panels on the rear and in the front. It is also anticipated that the standard model offers several choices when it comes to the color of the device.
At least one of the models will offer support for 5G connectivity as Apple has recently bought Intel’s 5G modems division. Intel received $1 billion from the transaction, and it is likely that the hardware will be used in the case of future iPhone models.
While the mainline iPhone range will be released in September 2020, but it is thought that the iPhone SE2 will be announced and released in advance.