While Apple launched the trio of iPhone 11 models only four months ago in September, the rumor factory is looking beyond the horizon and predicts 2020 and the upcoming iPhone 12 (some rumors have already begun for iPhone 2021). Note that we do not know what the official names of the new iPhones will be and that Apple has not confirmed anything about it. For now, we will go with the iPhone 12. We will also add 3D depth sensing to their rear cameras and new dimensions of 3D. Also, Apple predicts that a feature that can compete with its competitors will be late: 5G connection.
In September 2020, it will take several months for us to approach the planned launch of the iPhone 12, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. Apple also can launch the long-awaited sequel to iPhone SE (perhaps known as iPhone 9). the beginning of the year. Until this happens, check back often for this piece, as we will continue to update it with the most likely and convincing rumors.
One of the most persistent rumors about upcoming iPhones is that Apple can offer new screen sizes. One of the iPhone 12s can have a 5.4-inch screen (iPhone 11 Pro from existing iPhones has a smaller 5.8-inch screen). And the iPhone 2020 Pro Max could go up to 6.7 inches (for reference, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a 6.5-inch display).
There are also speculations that the iPhone 12’s screen will have a 120Hz refresh rate. Most phones update to 60 frames per second or 60Hz, but other phones like OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7 Pro update to 90Hz. The gaming laptop of the Razer Phone 2 also has a 120Hz display. With a higher refresh rate, the phone feels faster and smoother as you browse through web pages and apps.
One youtube channel that we recommended to you “EverythingApplePro” . They show how the leaked design of Apple IPhone 12.
DOES IPHONE 12 USE THE 5G NETWORK ?
Apple doesn’t rush to launch an iPhone 5G, and until this year – you won’t even see it until 2025. Apple analyst Kuo is optimistic, he predicts the company will open three 5G phones in 2020. There are several reasons for this. First, Apple isn’t usually the first to learn about mobile trends but instead prefers to perfect it before committing to new technology. Note that competitors are the basis for the creation of phones with 3G and 4G LTE connections during the launch of these networks.
Second, at some point, Apple stopped working with the major 5G modem provider, Qualcomm, because of the dispute over Qualcomm’s license fees. The two companies resolved the dispute in April 2019 and then agreed on the multi-year 5G chip deal. This has led Apple’s previous partner, Intel’s 5G phone modems, to definitely shut down. (Apple later bought the Intel smartphone modem unit for $ 1 billion.) Apple returned to work with Qualcomm, but started too late to launch a 5G phone last year when some of its competitors launched their models. 5G like Galaxy S10 5G, LG V50 5G, and OnePlus 7 Pro 5G.
When it comes to making a proprietary 5G chip, The Information reported that it would take years to design Apple’s own internal 5G modem in May 2019. “In interviews with senior hires for the team, Apple told to the engineers that they expect their modems to be ready by 2025.”