iPhone 12 Coming in 2020


Apple recently released their newest model phone, the iPhone 11 just months ago, and there’s already talk about the design for the iPhone 12, which is rumored to be getting released in 2020. According to cnet.com some of the basic rumored designs are 5G support, 120Hz refresh rates, a time-of-flight camera, and a new design. If Apple keeps the same lineup system they’ve used in the past, the expected display sizes would come in at 5.4, 6.7, and 6.1 inches. Through rumored design talk, Phone Arena has created a render of what they believe the new phone 12 would look like

(Photo of iPhone12 render)

The design is expected to look more like previous designs of the iPhone 4 and 5 with those squared flat edges and sharp lines. Apple is also likely to continue to use glass for the front and back body of the device. As far as camera options for the new phone, Apple is suggested to add a laser-powered time of light 3d rear camera, which will bring significant improvements in picture quality, and we possibly could get the ability to have a video in portrait mode. According to Macrumors.com, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that at least one new iPhone in 2020 will feature a smaller front camera lens for an improved screen to bezel ratio, ultimately resulting in a smaller notch at the front.

Apple is still expected to offer two higher-end iPhones and one lower-end iPhone in 2020, which all three would likely come equipped with OLED displays, which would allow for more flexible handset design.  If these rumors are correct, then we’re expected to get our hands on these new iPhones in September 2020.