iPhone 12 — New Rumors and Leaks Surfaced On The Internet

It is quite fascinating how the rumor mill is spinning the way through the iPhone 12; even we have the iPhone 11 trio released for only five months. The iPhone 11 came in September 2019, and right now, everybody is concentrating on the next release from Apple, iPhone 12 (everybody calls it that way until official information). The rumors include the release date for 2021, or the 3D depth-sensor for the rear cameras, or even bigger screens in size.

iPhone 12 – Rumors Roundup

Besides what we mentioned above, rumors are saying that the new iPhone will have the 5G network connectivity for competing with its rivals. Even if we are talking about a rumor, we can see a logical action here if we think that Samsung already has three new devices with 5G connectivity. Samsung launched the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra on February 11, 2020, with a 5G network.

Moreover, the launch date of the iPhone 12 it is predicted to be around September 2020. Also, Apple will not only release the iPhone 12 but somewhere this year, we can see the sequel of the iPhone SE, called, for now, iPhone SE 2 or iPhone 9. Looking at other reports from the Japanese publication called Mac Otakara, it is said that iPhone 12 will have a similar look with iPhone 11.

Also, some changes at the design could be at the colors of the iPhone 12, more precisely a navy blue option for the iPhone 12 Pro. The same change happened to the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, having the option for the color midnight green. The most well-known rumor regarding the iPhone 12 is about the size of the screens. The three versions of the iPhone 12 could come with sizes from 5.4 inches for the classic model, while the 12 Pro Max could go until 6.7 inches.

However, this is not all at the display department. iPhone 12 could sport a display that has a 120 HZ refresh rate, even higher than the OnePlus 7T or OnePlus 7 Pro, which has 90Hz. To summarize, we were discussing above the 3D depth-sensing or the Face ID. Apple has this feature on the front-facing camera, but it could be possible to see it even on the rear cameras.

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