We already know a lot about Apple’s iPhone 12 lineup since it has been leaked, and all the spicy details are on the Internet. We are given a first look at the 2021 iPhone from Apple.
Macotakara has talked about it, giving us details about its supply chain sources 3D printed models of Apple’s four iPhone 12 models. There’s an entirely new design. If this turns out to be accurate, we’re going to have millions of iPhone users disappointed, however, appreciative of ambitions for iPhone 13.
Apparently, there are four iPhone 12 models, and the range will not be very different from the iPhone 11 lineup, as we all expected.
The models showed that Apple will keep the large display notch that came together with iPhone X. It will retain the lightning port, and it will get rid of the LiDAR sensor that was first seen on the new iPad Pro. It will be introduced on the iPhone 12 Pro. This actually means that the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will get the triple camera in a triangular array, and the new entry-level iPhone 12 of 5.4-inch and the iPhone 12 Max of 6.1-inch will get dual cameras. iPhone 11 will get just a single module.
We all expected more, but Macotakara’s details about the 2021 entry-level iPhone 13 blew all of our expectations.
We have heard that Apple replaced the notch with a punch hole for the front camera and that they will place the FaceID sensors under the display. They will be using Samsung’s technology, “Under Panel Sensor.” There will also be thinner bezels, and the display of 5.4 inches will increase to 5.5 inches. We’re also finally getting a USB-C port.
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