The iPhone 11 has been out for a decent amount of time and it was successful and introduced an amazing camera to put itself in the conversation of the phone with the best camera, but it was still very similar to the iPhone X minus the cameras. Most people are calling this new device the iPhone 2020 or the new iPhone, but I’m going to go out on a limb and call it the iPhone 12 series due to a pretty reliable source that will be due out around September 2020. It is said that the S line will not be used. Apple hasn’t confirmed this so you can take this with a grain of salt and that there will be four devices. at least one of the new iPhones will feature a significant redesign with a metal frame that’s similar to the frame of the iPhone 4 and having a
This has been said by many people already so more than likely we will be looking at at least some of the models having a 120Hz refresh rate which the current model has a 60Hz. With the bump in the refresh rate, it will make the device even smoother. Rumors actually state that it could be a switchable refresh rate. The display sizes may be different from this year’s current model. The iPhone 12 Pro Max could bump up its size to a 6.7-inch screen from current 6.5-inches while the iPhone 12 pro possibly downsizes from a 5.8-inch screen to a 5.45-inch display. The standard iPhone 12 will stay at a 6.1-inch screen but will get a saucy upgraded OLED instead of an LCD display. The notch is supposed to be a minimum notch or the notch will be removed completely.
Specs and camera
Another big change that’s rumored is that 5G support will be coming to at least one if not all models. A 5nm A14 Bionic processor is supposed to be the powerplant for this device which means even longer battery life and more power than ever. Some models RAM should get a 2GB boost up from 4GB, but the base model will stick with 4gb. The camera has been rumored to receive even another upgrade, a triple-lens with a laser-powered 3D camera This would be on the back and uses a laser to calculate depth information for objects in the room, improving both photography and AR capabilities.
Apple suppliers are working on a custom battery protection module that’s supposed to be 50 percent smaller and thinner than the same component in previous iPhones so that could allow for a slight bump in battery size without having to make the device larger.