Apple iPhone 12 series is expected to arrive soon, after speculations of a postponement. Some reports indicate that the iPhone 12 lineup will be launched in September, along with the Apple Watch and a few other devices.
Ahead of the smartphone series’ launch event, we’ve got the first glimpse via live images of the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 variant. Here is what you need to know.
iPhone 12 Live Images Details: What to Expect
Tipster Digital Chat Station shared the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 version on Weibo. The images show the iPhone 12 from the front, unveiling the typical wide notch design. Previous reports claimed that the next iPhone 12 lineup would flaunt some flat edges, similar to iPad Pro variants. However, such details still can’t be confirmed from the live images, as their quite unclear.
iPhone 12 Series Expected Features and Specs
The iPhone 12 lineup is one of the highly-anticipated handsets of 2020 as this is the first time when the Cupertino-based tech giant is rolling out with full 5G support. Some reports claim that the upcoming series include four variants, where the base version flaunts a 5.4-inch display, which is allegedly leaked via new live photos.
The series is said to also come with a 6.1-inch Max variant, a 6.1-inch Pro handset, and a 6.7-inch iPhone Pro Max version. All four variants are reported to sport OLED displays and powered by the new Apple A14 Bionic processor with 5G support. A quad-camera setup is expected, too, but mainly for the Pro Max and Pro variants.
When the New iPhone Will Arrive
Apple is expected to hold two significant events this year in September, respectively, in October. The first event will most likely see the arrival of the iPhone 12 series, the new Apple Watch, and the AirPower wireless charging pad. As for the October event, Apple is expected to launch the iPad Pro series and the new MacBook flagship.
So far, there are no precise details about the iPhone 12 price tag, but the series is expected to be much more expensive as it includes 5G support.
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