iPhone 12 may have smaller notch, flat edges and steel construction says new rumor

As much as the pandemic of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) has hampered Apple’s planning, the company must maintain its launch schedule for 2020. So, in September, we should get to know the new iPhone 12 line, and the biggest news this year is the presence of 5G technology.

Now, according to sources heard by Bloomberg, the Cupertino giant should launch four new models within the iPhone 12 family. However, two of them must have a different design, that is, with flat edges constructed in stainless steel and high quality.

Rumors indicate that these two models should be the most expensive in the line, and they should follow the trend started by the latest iPads. In general, these devices are also inspired by the iPhone 5 family.

Another improvement that Apple should add to this year’s models is a smaller 3D camera. This should maintain the quality and security of the Face ID feature and allow the company to reduce the front notch of all devices.

The rear should also feature a LiDAR sensor to enhance the experience with augmented reality, while the rear sensor set will be redesigned. For now, the company has not commented on the matter.

Even so, sources indicate that the design of the new iPhones is almost ready. The idea is that everything will be completed by May so that mass production starts immediately. As a consequence, the amount of rumors is expected to grow substantially in the coming days.

New HomePod and more

In addition to making some considerable changes to the iPhone 12 line, Apple also has plans to launch a smaller. And a cheaper version of its HomePod smart speaker. The idea is to expand the public that can purchase the device powered by Siri since its first version sold less than expected.

Finally, Chinese sources say the company is still working on a new version of the MacBook Pro, Apple TV, iPad, and even iMac. However, Apple remains completely silent on the matter.


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