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Apple will probably launch the new iPhones in September. There are already many rumors and assumptions about the devices in circulation. An overview.

Apple will traditionally be the new one in September despite the Corona crisis iPhone 12 present. So far, the company has been silent about details about the devices. However, as with all other smartphones, rumors and leaks are circulating on the iPhone about new functions, design and prices. An overview of the most important points.

What will the new iPhone 12 look like?

According to insiders, including the well-known tech analyst Jon Prosser, the iPhone 12 should not appear like the last versions in three, but in four versions. There should be two standard and two pro versions.

The angular shape of the four new iPhone variants is reminiscent of that iPad Pro. The case of the two Pro versions will be made of glass with a stainless steel frame, the normal variants, however, have an aluminum frame, so the guess. In addition, the color “Midnight Green” is said to be replaced by “Navy Blue”.

the display

The display of the standard versions should have a diagonal of 5.4 inches or 6.1 inches. The Pro variant is said to have a 6.1 inch display and the Pro Max variant is to have a 6.7 inch display. The Pro versions are up to 0.3 inches larger than their predecessors.

The fact that the face ID sensor on the front should be a bit smaller means that there is more space for the screen. It is an OLED as it was already installed in the iPhone XS. The other iPhones were equipped with IPS technology. With an OLED, colors and contrasts are displayed more vividly and the power consumption is usually lower.

Rumor has it that the screens of the new iPhones will also support a refresh rate of up to 120 Hertz, like the iPad Pros. For example, a higher refresh rate means fewer jerks in videos or games.

What can the camera of the new iPhone 12 do?

The two camera sensors of the previous models with wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle are also retained in the new normal versions. Likewise, the three cameras with the ultra wide angle, wide angle and telephoto functions of the Pro models. However, there could possibly be a triple instead of a double zoom.

In addition, the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max could also have a lidar sensor, like the one already installed in the iPad Pro. This serves for better positioning in augmented reality applications. Additional information such as distance or speed measurements can be displayed in camera mode.

It is also suspected that an even more powerful processor will be installed: the A14 as the successor to the A13 Bionic chip. This could also improve the camera quality and the entire processor.

What’s in the new iPhone 12?

The new iPhones should be future-proof and will therefore be equipped with the new 5G function. Supposedly, the 64 GB standard memory should also be increased: The two normal variants of the iPhone 12 should have 128 GB or 256 GB of storage space. The two Pro variants, on the other hand, start with 128 up to 512 GB.

The battery should also be larger in the future iPhone. YouTuber and Apple expert Max Weinbach suspected a battery with 4,400 milliamp hours (mAh). For comparison: the iPhone 11 had 3,969 mAh.

An overview of the four iPhone 12 models. (Source: Jon Prosser / YouTube)

How expensive will the iPhone 12 be?

Apple insider and YouTuber Jon Prosser has also been almost correct in his assumptions about iPhone costs in recent years. He also makes assumptions for the new models:

  • iPhone 12: $ 649
  • iPhone 12 Max: $ 749
  • iPhone 12 Pro: $ 999
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max: $ 1,099

What the new iPhone 12 will ultimately look like, what it will be able to do and how much it will cost will only be known to the world in September at the official Apple presentation. There could also be a delay in sales and limited quantities, since production could only start a month later than planned due to the Corona crisis.

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