iPhone 12 series will be coming up soon, and we cannot wait to find out which rumors are true! Although 2020 just begun, leaks keep spilling all over the internet, and we gathered them nicely just for you.
The upcoming iPhone series camera will feature a new rear camera setup. That means that iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Max will still get a considerable notch, and on top of that, flat steel all around the edges.
The new models will support 5G support, and will also feature OLED screens, and 2mm bezels. You will be able to choose from three different sizes: 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, or 6.7-inch.
iPhones 12 would also be available in a new color, Navy Blue
A leaker with a fair share of correct predictions said that at least one of the iPhone 12 models would come in a Navy Blue color. The new color might replace the Midnight Green iPhone 11 option.
Check out Max Weinbach’s prediction video on the EverythingApplePro YouTube channel. He was right regarding the iPhone 11 color from last May proved to be correct.
The iPhone 11 did come out in a new light green color. However, he predicted that the light green color would replace the yellow color entirely when both color options were available. Not all his predictions came out to be true. For example, the native Calculator app did not run out to be on iOS 13.
Many of the previous pieces of information come from the top Apple insider, TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo such as the so-called iPhone SE 2 with a 4.7-inch screen.
Don’t forget to check out Weinbach’s video and see for yourself how the new iPhone upcoming models will look in Navy Blue color. Until Apple reveals its latest models, we can only enjoy the few predictions from different leakers and see which ones turn oút to be correct.
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