This Just May Be Apple’s New iPhone 12 Design

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The upcoming new iPhone slated for launch in late 2020 essentially looks like an iPad Pro.

In recent news, coming from legitimate sources and reports – Apple’s new iPhone 12 release will not be (as it is yearly) in September. The release is said to be delayed likely 1-3 weeks however the delay could last until October or November. The release is said to contain four models resembling the design of the currently available iPad Pro more than the also now available iPhone 11 Pro. The all new device is described to have flat steel edges, with a flat screen very similar to the iPhone 5. However, the bezels are “clarified” to be much smaller with an updated camera like the current iPad.

Many, to all true die-hard Apple fans lust for the previous iPhone designs. Along with that fact, Apple recently released the new iPad which resembles the iPhone’s previous design; this second fact makes us think Apple will harmonize the designs for each product. The all new iPhone 12 will most likely utilize the iPad Pro’s new 3D LIDAR system for improved AR Capabilities. The upcoming 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max variants will have three rear cameras while the others will retain the two. You can expect two iPhone 12 devices with 5.4 and 6.1 inch displays and two iPhone 12 Pro models at 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches. The iPhone 12 is going to be apples first phone to operate with 5G network; Connectivity is via Qualcomm;s 5G modems.

The new iPhone 12’s are said to be very close to that of the price of the 11 models. Starting at a fairly affordable $699, while the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max cost $999 – $1,099. The true wild card is how much 5G support will add to the price of the new iPhone 12. The 12’s will be about $30-$100 more based on the specific model.

In addition to Apple news, due to the unique times, dates for releases may be changing. Stay tuned for more updates and official information. 

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