A change was always to be expected when talking about the design of the iPhone 12 2020, as a previous report by Ming-Chi Kuo spoke of a drastic difference in appearance, as well as the addition of a metal frame of iPhone 4 type to the chassis. . However, there’s more news on the horizon, with new information showing how these new models will look like Apple’s latest iPad lineup. If so, we look forward to these new devices and how they will look in real life.
Instead of the slanted edges we see on the current generation models, expect flatter displays; Cheaper HomePod will also arrive later this year
According to Bloomberg, people familiar with crucial information have provided new insights into the 2020 iPhone 12 design change. In addition to seeing 5G support on all four models later this year, Bloomberg reports that the new design will take inspiration from the iPads and at least two versions will sport flat stainless steel edges instead of the current curved design. Additionally, we can expect the iPhone 12 family to sport more rounded corners like the iPad Pro line which was introduced in 2018.
While it sounds very exciting, the timeline for the launch is still undecided at this time. Indeed, according to a previous report, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is due in October, while the cheaper members of Apple’s flagship lineup could release much sooner. Since the cheaper iPhone 12 models will feature fewer cameras and less premium build, they could be much easier to assemble and ship.
Along with the 2020 iPhone 12 design change, Apple is reportedly working on a cheaper HomePod for release later this year, as well as the company’s Tile-type AirTags that will help users locate missing or misplaced items. As for releases, we can expect a few from the California giant, and as always, we’ll continue to update you on the latest, so stay tuned.
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News Source: Bloomberg