Things you need to know about the upcoming iPhone 12(rumors, price, specs etc.)

The upcoming iPhone 12 could be the biggest hit this year if launched …….

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We’re many months away from the launch of the 2020 iPhones, which are expected in September 2020, but there are already multiple rumors you need to know about the upcoming iPhone 12

 Is Apple going to give us a truly new iPhone instead of an incremental upgrade

The new phone — the iPhone 12 — will reportedly be Apple’s first product to support 5G networking and A-14 chip. Some reports point to an all-new iPhone 12 design that gets rid of the iPhone’s distinctive notch while adding in-display Touch ID functionality. And there could be more in the upcoming iPhone 12

iPhone 12 release date-(could be delayed)-

Typically Apple holds its iPhone events in the second week of September and normally on Tuesday. The company followed the same pattern for the 2019 iPhone’s – announcing them on 10 September 2019.

As with so many delays and cancellations at the moment due to novel coronavirus(COVID-19). It played havoc with Apple’s Asian supply chain in the early days of the outbreak – in February DigiTimes reported that Apple had to halt engineer visits to China for iPhone 12 development tests – and when the US started to see rising numbers of cases, Apple’s headquarters was located in one of the more densely affected areas. The company’s local public health body implemented a mandatory order against public gatherings as early as the start of March.

In a worst-case scenario, Apple could delay the launch of the launch of iPhone 12 until the middle of 2021, that means the company would miss the holiday season this year

Iphone 12 price-

We expect Apple to follow similar pricing for the iPhone 12, Pro, and Pro Max models that they did with the iPhone 11, Pro, and Pro Max Models. It will start at $699 for the regular model while the Pro and Pro max models will be $999 and $1099. As you add storage, the pricing will also increase.

Most 5G-capable phones arriving last year are priced at a premium compared to conventional models. Last year’s Galaxy S10 5G and Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G both cost $1,299 — $200 to $300.  The newly introduced Galaxy S20 has 5G connectivity and costs $999, but that’s still $100 more than what the S10 debuted at a year ago.

Iphone 12 design(taller, slimmer, new colour)-

One of the earliest rumors surrounding the iPhone 12’s design suggested that Apple’s upcoming handset will bring back the flat metal-edge design of the iPhone 5. A new report from Bloomberg has once again suggested this will come to pass, with the premium iPhone 12 variants expected to receive the new design treatment, as the other, cheaper models will look more similar to the current iPhone 11 generation, which is more curved

One of the upcoming phones might lack a notch according to analysts, with the front-facing camera potentially set to be embedded under the screen instead. If this happens we’d expect it to be the most expensive iPhone 12 model that has this feature – likely the iPhone 12 Pro Max, or whatever it launches as

Another leak suggests Apple is developing new Face ID tech which will lead to a redesigned and potentially slimmer notch. Allegedly, the company is trying out several combinations, including ones that minimize the front-facing optics so much that they fit in the top bezel. one report has also suggested Face ID will be dropped entirely in favor of an under-screen fingerprint scanner, though this seems unlikely.

At least one iPhone 12 model will come in a new Navy Blue finish, according to XDA Developers writer and leaker Max Weinbach, who shared his information with YouTube channel EverythingApplePro.

Weinbach believes that Navy Blue could replace the Midnight Green finish available for iPhone 11 Pro models. In line with this, EverythingApplePro created a mockup of what the iPhone 12 Pro in Navy Blue could look like.

 Benjamin Geskin, who comes up with a lot of phone renders based on leaks and rumors, has put out a render of a 6.7-inch iPhone that drops the notch and instead houses the iPhone’s TrueDepth camera components inside a thin bezel. Geskin tweeted that this is a prototype for a 2020 iPhone model. In a subsequent tweet, Geskin said Apple’s testing out Face ID prototypes that feature components capable of fitting in the phone’s top bezel, though there’s no source attributed to that claim

Still, there’s a lot of steam behind the rumor that Apple has decided to phase out the round-edged design it first established with the iPhone 6 line and has carried through to the latest iPhone 11 series. The new look would evoke the iPhone 4’s matte aluminum band aesthetic, adopting sharper edges with flat sides and flatter front and rear glass slabs.

Iphone 12 display-

One or more 2020 iPhone models might also have a 120Hz refresh rate, up from 60Hz on current models. This – which has been rumored by a reputable leaker – could make interactions feel smoother. This is a claim we’ve now heard more than once, and some phones already have higher refresh rates than 60Hz, as do some iPads, so this isn’t unbelievable offering an iPhone with120Hz refresh rate would mean a smoother scrolling display than anything we’ve currently seen from many rival devices

Apple could bring Touch ID back in a big way in 2020 by enabling fingerprint recognition anywhere on the display,

Iphone 12 specs and camera-

Most reports suggest Apple will adopt 5G connectivity for the iPhone 12. Reports are suggesting that all models will have a 5G option and Qualcomm

Supported by a 5G antenna, and a 5nm A14 Bionic processor inside the iPhone 12 – what that means for the average consumer is an iPhone with an even longer battery life and more power than ever. That would be rather impressive, given the iPhone battery life is currently the best we’ve ever seen from Apple.

We expect to see the A14 chip under the hood of the iPhone 12 models, with all offering the same hardware and we expect to see them all launch on iOS 14. A14 Bionic leaked benchmark showed it had a single-core and multi-core that was ahead of the Snapdragon 865, the processor you’ll find in almost all Android flagships in 2020.

Rumors suggest some of the new iPhone models coming in 2020 will feature a 3D camera, which sounds like the LiDAR Scanner feature that Apple added in the 2020 iPad Pro models.

The LiDAR Scanner in the iPad Pro uses reflected light to measure the distance from the sensor to surrounding objects that are up to five meters away, which is equivalent to 16.4 feet. It works indoors and outdoors, and is essentially able to map the environment around you at the photon level at nano-second speeds.

A super-powered ToF camera, it’ll be able to accurately scan the environment and objects around you, so you can interact with them in digital space. Or vice-versa — see how digital items will look in the real world through your viewfinder. It should also help with making even more convincing Portrait Mode shots. Apple has said time and again that it does believe that AR is the future, so we should soon see why and how that is…

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