And speaking of the iPhone, there have been rumors again about what the next iPhone 12 would look like just a few weeks after the new iPhone 11 Series were released.
The new redesigned smartphone according to Ben Geskin shows the device’s new exotic design and of course two models, the iPhone 12 Pro and the 12 Pro Max which both have a 5.4-inch display and 6.7-inch display respectively unlike the current models with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch display.
With the render, there seems to be no notch any longer on the iPhone 12 and the rear camera housing seems to be the same as the current models unlike the previous renders which suggested they would be flat.
Geskin sent out a tweet on the 26th of September that one of the iPhone prototypes has a massive 6.7-inch display, Face ID and also the TrueDepth camera which is placed within the top bezel of the display which means no pop-up camera or hole-punch.
His renders also take into account the predications from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who claimed the iPhone 2020 models would have a squarer edge, like the iPhone 4.
The Apple iPhone 12, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max aren’t due to be announced until September 2020 and we will no doubt see multiple rumours, leaks and renders over the next 12 months claiming to know what the devices might offer.
Apple is known to be notorious about not wanting to really change it’s devices overtime. For example, the current iPhone 11 Series’ selling point seems to be it’s camera rearrangement which is why the back is what Apple puts as the cover of the casing. So the no-notch design might be the next selling point maybe with 5G integration…Who know. Who cares. I certainly do not.