iPhone 11 has been a significant upgrade for Apple’s previous phone, but is there room for any more improvements for the new iPhones? Most Apple fans say that there is, and by the next year, we will have the opportunity to get our hands on the iPhone 12, which is expected to be even more impressive than iPhone 11.
We can expect even some changes in the design of the iPhone 12. Benjamin Geskin, who posts many renders of upcoming smartphones based on rumored specs, tweeted a picture of a 6.7-inch iPhone yesterday, on Sept. 26. And here you have it:
As you can see, there’s no notch to house the TrueDepth camera that powers such features as FaceID phone unlocking. Instead, the leaked image shows the different components currently housed in the notch: a front camera, infrared camera, microphone, speaker, dot projector, flood illuminator and assorted sensors, instead of being located in a very thin bezel at the top of the phone.
Although many of us are hoping that the above phone is the future iPhone 12, Geskin suggests that we can’t know for sure, since the image represents just a prototype of at least one iPhone model for 2020. Only time will tell for sure which iPhone it will be.
The early-to-middle of September has been the semi-official release date for all iPhones since iPhone 5S. For example, iPhone 11 has been launched on September 10th at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, California.
Therefore, it’s reasonable to expect iPhone 12 to be released next year until half of September. Most fans of Apple are placing their bets for September 8th, 2020 to be the date when Apple’s new iPhone will be launched.
Probably what people want to know most is what the future high-end phone will be capable of. According to some rumors, iPhone 12 is expected to have full 5G support. Most of Apple’s main competitors have already produced at least one generation of 5G handset, so there’s no wonder iPhone 12 will be having 5G at its maximum best.
New hardware will also be part of iPhone 12’s creation since Apple for the first time in a while will be relying on Qualcomm technology for the built of the processors.