Apple’s flagship phone for 2020 is just several months away until launch, but there could be a very unpleasant aspect of the device if we take into account the latest news. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, a reliable leakster, informs us that two of the upcoming models of iPhone 12 (namely the 5.4- and 6.1-inch models) have pretty fragile cameras. More precisely, the coating for the wide-angle cameras has been cracking while the upcoming iPhones were exposed to high-heat stress testing.
Therefore, you shouldn’t open the champagne just yet. The iPhone 12 lineup may sound attractive due to the A14 Bionic flagship chipset or the 5G support, but you’ll still have to be very cautious before buying a piece.
iPhone 12 arrives a bit later than expected
Apple’s flagships are usually launched in September, but this time it will be different due to reasons you’re already thinking about. Luca Maestri, who is the CFO of Apple, revealed that there would be a delay in the way of the launch for the 2020 flagship phone built by the Cupertino-based company. Maestri also details for the public that the supply will be “available a few weeks later [than usual].”. This means that we can all make the reasonable bet that the iPhone 12 lineup will be released during early October.
A popular Chinese site report reveals the resolutions for Apple’s iPhone 12 displays, and you’re free to feast your eyes on them below:
- iPhone 12 – 5.4-inch, 2340 x 1080 OLED display, 475 pixels per inch
- iPhone 12 Max – 6.1-inch, 2532 x 1170 OLED display, 460 ppi
- iPhone 12 Pro – 6.1-inch, 2532 x 1170 OLED Display, 460 ppi
- iPhone 12 Pro Max – 6.7-inch, 2778 x 1284 OLED Display, 458 ppi
Nevertheless, iPhone 12 will still be the fastest smartphone ever made by Apple due to its next-gen processor.