The new iPhone 12 range is rumored to be released by the end of 2020. But we do expect the flagship iPhones to be launched in September this year. These will already be loaded with iOS 14.
Apple had been amply expected to reduce the notch size for the iPhone 12 line-up and almost every supply showed this would result in a remarkably better design.
Moreover, with recent leaks also divulging, Apple will increase prices while also reducing battery capacities, the company’s decision to stick with the same notch for the fourth successive production may be a snag for some possible upgrades.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has said “the iPhone 12 will still feature curved glass edges around the display, like the iPhone 11. The analyst has mentioned 2/2.5D glass in his various reporting on the 2020 iPhone lineup.
Currently, the iPhone 11 Pro features a whisk design between the glass of the display and the stainless steel edges. This differs from the iPhone 4, which was completely squared-off around the sides.”
It’s reportedly said that the flag iPhone in 2020 will be the first iPhone to aspect 5G connectivity. 5G will release LTE assistance for mobile data. We await 5G connectivity to drive many new iPhone purchases in 2020. It’s also rumored that the 5G iPhone designs will uphold both mmWave and sub-6GHz bands.
This makes sense since its main rival, Samsung, released several 5G phones this year, including the recent Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra, as well as the flagship Galaxy S20 phones.
Until any of the above mentioned happens, keep checking for further updates and the most probable and compelling rumors.
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