Although the Californian tech giant Apple released iPhone 11 for only a month, it was received by the fans according to the expectations, and we can already take a peek at what iPhone 12 will be capable of. Or you can simply call it iPhone 2020, and you might have guessed already the year of its release.
Fans of Apple can’t accept the future flagship not to feature 5G support, and leaks confirm that they have all the reasons to be optimistic. Actually, only the Pro variant will receive 5G connectivity. But hey, better than nothing, right? Even more, a report from China’s UDN News is claiming that all 2020 iPhones will have OLED displays.
Face ID and fingerprint recognition
Android was the first to use fingerprint recognition for smartphones, and that may be the reason why Apple didn’t introduce such features on its smartphones. After all, there is a rivalry between Apple and Google.
Now, several sources claim that Apple’s flagship from 2020 will feature both FaceID and fingerprint recognition.
iPhone 11 has been a significant upgrade for Apple’s previous phone, but is there room for any more improvements for the new iPhones? Most Apple fans say that there is, and by the next year, we will have the opportunity to get our hands on the iPhone 12, which is expected to be even more impressive than iPhone 11.
The early-to-middle of September has been the semi-official release date for all iPhones since iPhone 5S. For example, iPhone 11 has been launched on September 10th at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, California.
Therefore, it’s reasonable to expect iPhone 12 to be released next year until half of September. Most fans of Apple are placing their bets for September 8th, 2020 to be the date when Apple’s new iPhone will be launched.
You should expect to pay under £800 for the iPhone 12, and over £1,000 for the iPhone 12 Pro/Pro Max. Apple may repeat the strategy of making the classic version of its iPhone a bit cheaper than the predecessor, with about £270, as it has done with iPhone 11. iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max had starting prices of £1,049 and £1,149 respectively, while the standard version of iPhone 11 cost only £729.