In a brand new report coming from Japan, we have seen that this year’s iPhones will get less thick than the models of last year. We have also heard that there will be four models of iPhone released by Apple at its regular event in September 2020. The display will be of 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.7 inches (this one possibly for iPhone 12 Pro Max.)
The major news is that the thickness will be changed. The width of the largest phone – supposedly iPhone 12 Pro Max or 6.7-inch – will be of 7.4mm, making it much slimmer than the iPhone 11 Pro Max, with 8.1mm. we do not know much about the other models so we can compare with their predecessors, but we can safely say that Apple found a way to accommodate the new components into its phones, and still change the thickness. The question is: what’s on people’s minds?
More about the iPhone 12 models
We have also heard that all of the four models will have OLED displays and the Face ID feature. Another topic of discussion is the height of the models. The 5.4-inch model will probably be higher than the iPhone SE and possibly lower than the iPhone 8. The 6.1-inch iPhone model will have a height that’s set to be between the height of the iPhone 11 and the height of the iPhone 11 Pro.
When it comes to the camera, we have quite the models, with the 6.7-inch model having a triple sensor, and the others a dual-camera setup.
Their processor is probably going to be the new A14 Bionic chipset. Of course, they will likely make some improvements to the new iPhone 12 models until they reach the market. It should be interesting to see how better are the iPhone 12 variant in comparison with the current generation of iPhone smartphones. iOS 14 would also roll out along with iPhone 12.