With the arrival of the new iPhone 12 due at the end of this year, there has been an unsurprising sum of speculations regarding its new design and features. However, a new video has recently surfaced covering what is believed to contain some of the most prospective insights into Apple’s forthcoming release.
This new information further sheds light on the likelihood of the new model being influenced by the most recent iPad Pro, taking inspirational design elements to incorporate into the next generation design.
It is rumoured that the new iPhone 12 model’s display is projected to be reverting back to a flat, bezel-less design. It has been suggested that the model will feature stainless steel edges with firmly rounded corners, much like its prior iPhone 5 model.
New story: iPhone 12 will be released weeks after typical mid-September launch, will have an iPad Pro-like design, 5G, and LIDAR + Smaller HomePod in the works and Apple Tags will come in leather keychain pouch. With @debbywuintaipei https://t.co/H66Q8tUEsM
— Mark Gurman (@markgurman) April 13, 2020
As reported by Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech, Apple is intending to release four new models: the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max models are expected to feature a triple-lens camera solution on the back and an LiDAR scanner, whilst the lower-tiered models will continue to bear two cameras on the back. Other invaluable features include 5G support, high storage, a new Smart Connector, better battery saving and endurance, amongst many more.
Here are the prices the new iPhone models are speculated to be retailed at:
|128 GB||256 GB||512 GB|
|iPhone 12||$650 USD||$750 USD|
|iPhone 12 Max||$750 USD||$850 USD|
|iPhone 12 Pro||$1,000 USD||$1,100 USD||$1,300 USD|
|iPhone 12 Pro Max||$1,100 USD||$1,200 USD||$1,400 USD|
For further information about the new iPhone 12 models, check out Jon Prosser’s video here.