Even though iPhone 11 is one of the best smartphones from the market, Apple fans never seem to be fully pleased. The Cupertino-based company knows very well that expectations grow by the same rhythm as technology evolves, and therefore it promises even more for the upcoming iPhone 12 lineup.
The highlight of the upcoming iPhone is the presence of the A14 Bionic chipset, the next-generation processor made by Apple. This component will grant to the new iPhone unprecedented processing speed, as even iPhone 11 will be surpassed. Thanks to the Twitter user @LeaksApplePro, we now have a vast array of details for iPhone 12.
No fast refresh rate
Although everybody was expecting from iPhone 12 to be featuring at least 90Hz of refresh rate, it won’t be the case according to the leakster. To summarize it, @LeaksApplePro says that Apple’s flagship handsets are ‘the same iPhones with better camera, RAM and A14’, and with ‘a bit better battery’.
If you’re one of the numerous people who complain about the notches for front cameras, we’re sorry to inform you that iPhone 12 will not get away from this tech gimmick either, if we can call it like that. In an era when other phones have retracting cameras or even invisible ones mounted beneath the display, Apple chooses to stick to the notch. However, this move still won’t bother a lot of smartphone lovers.
iPhone 12 will come in several versions: the standard version, Pro, and Pro Max (at least). The main differences between them will be in the screen sizes, but perhaps further info will provide some surprises.
We can expect Apple to release iPhone 12 in early October, which means about a month later than the company usually releases its annual flagships. The culprit for the delay is, as you’ve already guessed: the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.