Apple’s upcoming iPhone has been the most anticipated one ever. Although the company has not mentioned anything regarding the design of the upcoming iPhone or even its release date, the fact that there had been several times that iPhone 12 specs and design have been leaked, corroborates that netizens are getting antsy with anticipation as to what to expect from the upcoming iPhone.
Before, there had been several talks surrounding it. But now it has intensified since the press conference is approaching soon. Again, as mentioned before the specific release date for the iPhone 12 series is still a mystery. With the press conference getting closer, more and more news about the upcoming iPhone are flooding online.
On September 4, a blogger exposed the design sketch of what is suspected to be the upcoming iPhone 12, and the design revealed the front design of the phone. The relevant information revealed in the design print of the iPhone reveals much about the product.
Previously, there had been rumors that the upcoming iPhone series will feature a “bangs” design. In keeping with the previous narrative, the blogger has asserted something similar.
According to the new sketch designs, a number of components are placed in the small “bangs”. From left to right there are the infrared lens, flood illuminator, proximity sensor, light sensor, front camera, and point projector. At the top narrow frame of the front side of the device, there is the front camera along with the speaker.
Since the bangs of the alleged iPhone 12 are very thin, it would be slightly different from the previous iPhone 11. The appearance of the new iPhone too would be higher.
According to the blog post, this year’s iPhone 12 series will come in four models, including the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro, and the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. The Pro Max could have support for 5G networks and is equipped with a high refresh rate of 120Hz.
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