According to Apple, 2020 will bring some significant changes. Samsung decided upon an agreement with the Apple Company, to use Samsung’s Y-OCTA OLED panels. For the next generation of iPhones, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max of 5.4-inch, and 6.7-inch, Samsung will be the exclusive OLED supplier.
iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max Possible Features and Specifications
According to some analysts from Barclays, the future generation of iPhones would be more intriguing, promising, with one of the best specs so far. Why would it be so different? First, we’ll have more from everything, starting from 6GB RAM and ending with the costs.
Features such as 3D sensing, mmWave support for higher-performance 5G, a quad-camera setup, or a depth-sensing Time of Flight sensor. As for their processor, the devices will be the first to introduce a 5nm processor.
Website Nikkei reported that Apple would launch three iPhones with 5G connectivity that will use Qualcomm’s X55 5G modem. Also, the iPhone 12’s leading-edge displays could be the first to take under-display fingerprint scanners. Digitimes, on the other hand, fueled the rumors about a 120Hz screen, a notable upgrade over the iPhones’ actual 60Hz.
More Details on iPhone 12 Models Leaked
A Twitter tipster, Benjamin Geskin, claims that Apple is testing new Face ID models with some brand-new optics, which are “smaller in width” and some that “match the top bezel.”
Geskin also supports the idea that the future iPhone 12 will arrive with bigger antennas on the top made from either ceramic, glass, or sapphire. Also, Apple plans for losing the Lighting port feature could happen. As Geskin stated, “Apple long-term plan is to get rid of the Lightning port for the wireless charging and data transfer (UWD technology-480Mbps (USB 3.0) SPEED AT 3 METERS, 110Mbps at 10 meters).”
As for its design, the next-generation might introduce something intriguing, adopting a redesigned chassis that would resemble a predecessor, the iPhone 4. iPhone 12 modes will sport a more metal-like design, featuring a more blocky, industrial design.
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