Different sizes of iPhone 12
First, the physical dimensions of the phone. iPhone 11 Pro 5.8 inch size.that there will be four iterations of the phone, with the smallest of the new 5.4 inches . Then there are the two base models, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro, both of which are 6.1-inch, which makes them slightly larger than the current
Finally, there’s the big one, the iPhone 12 Pro Max. With a screen size that is said to be 6.7 inches, you’ll need a pretty large pocket to keep this beast comfortably housed.
Physical design, cameras and notches
Various rumors have indicated an update to the iPhone 12’s outer metal rim, which will sport a flat, beveled metal design, just like the rim seen on the recent iPad Pro. The PhoneArena mockup, above, shows the potential look and that’s what I am very interested. The mockup also shows a potential fourth lens in the phone’s rear camera array, which would be a lidar sensor, which would provide more accurate depth information for enhanced augmented reality features.
The flat design would help Apple keep the phone’s physical size low, shrinking those bezels and letting the screen fill more of the body. The notch at the front of the screen that houses the selfie camera is also said to have been reduced, although it’s unlikely to disappear entirely in this generation of phones.
It would be nice to see a filewas unveiled in September (which is particularly useful in the era of coronavirus masks), but we’re not holding our breath.
What we almost certainly won’t see – and there have been no leaks to the contrary – is a foldable phone from Apple in 2020. It remains to be seen whether the company will ever launch a foldable device, but for now it looks like its content to see just how popular the devices are. leaflets from Samsung, Motorola and Huawei before making your own.
New blue color
Apple is rumored to be preparing a new navy blue color for the new generation of iPhone 12, perhaps replacing the green model it launched with the iPhone 11. It’s on trend – it’s Pantone’s color of the year for 2020 – and I think it looks like. pretty clever in the EverythingApplePro mockup, seen above.