Yesterday, October 6, Apple invited everyone to the event:
Apple announced the date of the presentation of the iPhone 12
6 October 2020
We will release our assumptions that will be shown at this presentation a little later. But already now you can be almost 100% sure that the iPhone 12 family will be the main event.
2020 has been a very unusual year for Apple. If until that time the company produced no more than three phones a year, then this year there will be a total of five new iPhones, including the iPhone SE. The lineup, which Apple will present next Tuesday, will consist of four new models: iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max:
We have combined all the rumors into one and specially for you have drawn renders of future iPhones.
We don't yet know what colors Apple will choose for the iPhone 12 and 12 mini, so in our renders they are painted in the colors of the iPhone 11:
By the way, the greatest interest among the audience is the iPhone 12 mini. We assume that this will be the smallest iPhone in the last two years. Its size will be somewhere in between the iPhone SE of both generations.
So after the Apple presentation, we are waiting for small Android smartphones!
But with the successors 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, there will be such a story: apparently, LiDAR will be added to the camera unit that has become familiar over the year, similar to that installed in the iPad Pro (2020).
By the way, this year, most likely, Apple will finally release an "adult" iPhone in a deep dark blue color. The new Apple Watch Series 6 has a similar one.
Both models will receive larger displays: 6.1 and 6.7 inches, respectively, with dimensions similar to the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max! This can be achieved due to the reduced frames and flat edges of the smartphone, like those of the iPhone 4/5 / SE:
Apparently, the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro will be the same size. And both models will receive OLED displays:
And we will find out about other chips already next week!
How do you like the iPhone 12 family?
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