What we know about iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro so far

This year is becoming a busy one for the iPhone. Apple is rumored to be launching a new low-cost iPhone, dubbed the 2020 iPhone SE, as well as four different iPhone 12 variants set for release in the fall. Find out all the specs, features and design details we know about the iPhone 12 so far on

Updated 4/14/2020: We’ve updated this roundup on the iPhone 12 lineup with new details, including design details, processor information, leader scanners, and the possibility of delays due to COVID-19.

Updated 6/19/2020: We’ve updated this roundup with new details of iPhone 12 accessories, release date rumors, dummy units and much more.

IPhone 12 design

If you find yourself yearning for the days of the iPhone 4, 2020 may be the year for you. We expect the iPhone 12 to mark the return of the slab-sided design, with reports that the device will heavily match the iPhone 4. Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says it will come as part of a chassis rebuild for the iPhone 12.

Kuo believes that the iPhone 12 will still show curved glass edges around the display like the iPhone 11 The analyst mentioned the 2 / 2.5D glass in his various reports on the 2020 iPhone lineup. Currently, the iPhone 11 Pro has a mixed design between the display glass and stainless steel edges. Features This is different from the iPhone 4, which was completely square-off all around.

A supply chain report also suggested that the iPhone 12’s lineup would be thinner than the iPhone 11, with the largest iPhone 12 model being 7.4mm thick. It is about 10% thinner than the 8.1mm iPhone 11 Pro Max. It remains to be seen whether the rest of the iPhone 12’s lineup will be thinner.

When you consider the design of the iPad Pro, Apple makes sense to return to a boxer art design theme with the iPhone 4. In 2018, Apple redesigned the iPad Pro with a flat-sided body. This redesign has been well received by users, so it’s no surprise that it inspired the iPhone 12.

Here’s a look at what the dummy iPhone 12 might look like:

As you can see, in these dummy units, the front of the iPhone 12 is expected to look almost identical to the iPhone 11. However, a change is expected: a small notch. Although Apple is not expected to completely remove the notch, reports from Bloomberg and other sources indicate that Apple will reduce the size of the notch this year.

Apple is planning four new iPhone 12 models for 2020, with a Bloomberg report suggesting that the new flat-edged design could only come in high-end iPhone 12 Pro models. Again, given what we’ve seen in the iPad lineup, this meaning is understandable: the low-cost iPad remains largely unchanged, while the iPad Pro shows the latest and greatest design.

YouTuber MKBHD has given the iPhone 12 design a much clearer look with three different sizes still together. MKBHD also mimicked what the new iPhone 12 design would look like in iOS 14 and how the design looked like the iPhone 4.

While we have a general idea of ​​what the iPhone 12 will look like, additional rumors will probably shed more light on additional details as the fallout proceeds.


For the first time, Apple’s entire flagship iPhone lineup will play OLED display technology this year. All four iPhone 12 models are expected to feature OLD screens, including the successor to the LCD-equipped iPhone 11.

What about display size? The report suggests that Apple will shift the lineup slightly this year compared to the iPhone 11.

  • An iPhone 12 model with a 5.4-inch OLED display
  • Two iPhone 12 models with 6.1-inch LED display
  • An iPhone 12 model with a 6.7-inch OLED display

This means the iPhone 12 collection will include an end-to-end display introduced with the iPhone 12, and the smallest iPhone with the largest iPhone so far. The report says that the height of the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 model will be “between the iPhone SE and the iPhone 8”, while the 6.1-inch version will be between the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The 7.7-inch iPhone 12 “will be slightly taller than the iPhone 11 Pro Max”.

In addition to LEDs, this year’s iPhones are also rumored to feature 120Hz high refresh rate “promotion” displays. To date, iPhones have included a 60Hz display, but Apple introduced a 120Hz refresh rate for the iPad lineup in 2017. The refresh rate dramatically improves the user experience response to gestures by translating it to faster on-screen speeds.

All in all, this may sound confusing, but the bottom line is: a smaller iPhone 12, two iPhone 12 models the same size as the iPhone 11, and larger.

IPhone 12 camera

Apart from the size of the screen, the biggest difference between the iPhone 12 model is the camera technology. Originally, Apple was planning two iPhones with a dual-lens camera system and two iPhones with a triple-lens camera system.

The 5.4-inch iPhone 12 will have two cameras on the back. It will probably have the ultra-wide and wide-angle lens of the same setup expected on the lower-edge 6.1-inch iPhone 12.

Things have become even more interesting with the two high-end iPhone 12 models. Here we would expect a triple-lens camera system that is probably similar to the iPhone 11 Pro: wide, ultra-wide and telephoto. However, these two iPhone models are also expected to have 3D sensors for the new flight.

What does this mean? A time-of-flight (TOF) sensor is similar to the infrared TrueDepath camera system used on the front of the iPhone for Face ID. Adding a TOF 3D sensing system to the back camera will enable high-fidelity 3D photo capture, potentially opening up opportunities for new augmented reality. The TOF sensor will be more powerful and will operate at greater distances than the TrueDepath system due to its laser-powered technology.

In addition to the enhanced reality features, this TOF sensor can also improve things that rely on depth data, such as portrait mode. Searches for 9to5Mac via iOS 14 have also confirmed that only the iPhone 12 Pro will add new Tough sensors.

When you look at the iPad Pro Refresh of 2020, it all makes sense, which brings a new Leader Scanner for the first time. Leader Scanner focuses on improving AR capabilities. 9to5Mac exclusively reports that Apple itself is building a new augmented reality app for iOS 14 that can be integrated with retail stores.

One of the biggest benefits of the iPhone 12 Pro Leader Scanner is that developers are better prepared to take advantage of the existing availability of the iPad Pro.

In terms of software, iPhone 12 models will expect everything currently available on the iPhone 11, including Deep Fusion and Night Mode. It’s possible that Apple has more software image processing features planned for this year, especially to take advantage of the new TF technology.

What will happen to the front camera? We don’t know much yet, but of course there is room for improvement from the iPhone 11. We’ll update when we learn more about the iPhone 12’s front-facing camera.


The iPhone 12 lineup is expected to feature the next iteration of Apple’s A-Series processor, probably called the A14.

According to a recent supply chain report, Apple’s partner TSMC Q2 has a schedule to start production of the A14 processor using the new 5 nanometer process. The A13 was produced with a 7nm processor, so the A14 should be more power-efficient and faster, thanks to the 5nm process.

What kind of performance should you expect? Preliminary speculations suggest that, when rumored to be combined with 6GB of RAM, the A14 could power the iPhone 12K as a 15-inch MacBook Pro. Game performance can be increased up to 50% with special emphasis on multi-core performance.

These improvements are mainly due to the 5nm production process. You can read more details here about the expected performance of the A14.

Apart from the new A14 processor, the iPhone 12 may also have improved Face ID performance. Barclays analysts say the iPhone 12 lineup will include a “refreshed” Face ID system. It is unclear exactly what analysts mean by “refresh”, but it could mean that Apple will upgrade the TrueDepath camera system used for Face ID with improved performance and other enhancements.

The iPhone 11 also featured improved Face ID performance, but this was largely due to a change to iOS 13 instead of a hardware upgrade this year, so it looks like we can save for actual hardware improvements to increase Face ID recognition.


Perhaps most notably, all four of the iPhone 12 models introduced this year are expected to feature 5G connectivity. Despite some initial reports of contrast, all four are expected to include support for both the 5G sub-6 GHz 5G and the MimiWave 5G versions.

Sub-6GHz and mm wave networks are rolling out in different sub-deployments and different timelines across different carriers around the world. MimiWave is a more impressive gigabit-like technology, but its range is even smaller. In comparison, sub-6 GHz 5G rollouts in the United States typically achieve speeds in the 100-150 Mbps range.

All four models feature support for both types of 5G, which is usable not only in the United States, but around the world, where 5G rollouts are different.

Apple is in the process of developing its own internal modems for the iPhone, the iPhone 12 may feature modems from Qualcomm.

But the thing to keep in mind is that Apple-supported 5G is only half the story: it also needs to be obtained from the carrier. While the initial rollout of the Mimba Wave 5G is ongoing, the extremely limited range means a much wider rollout beyond large cities and high-density locations. If the carriers butt the 5G rollout, it won’t be as significant as the support for the iPhone 12.

IOS 14 + iPhone 12

The iPhone 12 is expected to be the first iPhone to be shipped outside of iOS 14. Apple has officially announced iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 this year, releasing new features such as widgets on the home screen, images on the screen and much more.

IOS 14 has added a new app library view to organize all your apps. Adds apps are organized automatically in the app library and you don’t have to put all the icons in your original home screen view. IOS 14 also includes a new translation app that provides a complete translator that works with text and voice.

Other changes to iOS 14 include a newly designed Siri series interface that doesn’t go full screen, as well as a new interface for incoming calls that doesn’t take up the entire screen. You can see all the new iOS 14 features in the activity here.

IPhone 12 accessories

In addition to the various changes to the iPhone 12 itself this year, Apple has also been rumored to be changing the accessories included in the box. According to reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kui, Apple will not include wall charging bricks with cable earpods or iPhone 12 this year.

For Apple, this change has several advantages. First, removing in-box charged bricks and headphones will dramatically reduce packaging size and shipping costs through it. Kuo further suggested that it would help Apple offset the price of more expensive 5G components in this year’s iPhone 12 12 Finally, there are environmental benefits because many people just don’t need extra wall bricks.

On the flip side, perhaps to help fill the lack of ear buds and wall bricks, Apple will reportedly include a high-end power cable in the box with the iPhone 12. একটি গুজব থেকেই বোঝা যাচ্ছে যে আইফোন 12 নতুন সাথে আসবে বাক্সে ইউএসবি-সি তারের লাইটনিডিং এই কেবলটি ক্লাসিক বিদ্যুতের তারের চেয়ে বেশি টেকসই হবে এবং এর অর্থ হ’ল এমনকি নন-প্রো আইফোন 12 মডেলগুলিতে একটি ইউএসবি-সি কেবল অন্তর্ভুক্ত থাকবে।

আইফোন 12: নামকরণ, মূল্য নির্ধারণ এবং প্রকাশ

মিং-চি কুওর 2020 আইফোনের জন্য পূর্বাভাস গ্রাফিক

সমস্ত বর্তমান প্রমাণ এই বছরের আইফোনকে আইফোন 12 বলে অভিহিত করার প্রতি ইঙ্গিত দেয় যা প্রত্যাশিত পুনরায় নকশার মাধ্যমে এটিকে বোঝায়, যা অ্যাপল আইফোন আপগ্রেডের জন্য 2020 কে একটি “এস” বছর হিসাবে তৈরি করবে না। অ্যাপল কীভাবে চারটি আইফোন 12 মডেলের প্রতিটি ব্র্যান্ড করার পরিকল্পনা করেছে তা অবশ্য অজানা।

অনেক নামকরণের মতো, অপ্রকাশিত আইফোন মডেলগুলির মূল্য নির্ধারণ করা অবিশ্বাস্যরকম শক্ত। অ্যাপল 2019 সালে এন্ট্রি-স্তরের আইফোন 11 দামটি to 699 এ নামিয়ে একটি নজির স্থাপন করেছিল, তবে তা অব্যাহত রয়েছে কিনা তা এখনও দেখা যায়।

এবং সর্বশেষে তবে সর্বনিম্ন নয়, আইফোন 12 লাইনআপ কখন প্রকাশিত হবে তা নিয়ে বিতর্কিত প্রতিবেদন রয়েছে। COVID-19 মহামারী অ্যাপলের জন্য বিকাশের প্রক্রিয়াতে বিলম্ব ঘটিয়েছে এবং রিলিজের তারিখগুলি পিছনে ঠেকাতে সংস্থাকে “চঞ্চল” বলে অভিহিত করা হয়। অ্যাপল সম্ভাব্য অর্থনৈতিক অনিশ্চয়তা সম্পর্কেও উদ্বিগ্ন, এবং এই পতনের উচ্চ-আইফোনগুলির জন্য পর্যাপ্ত চাহিদা নাও থাকতে পারে বলে জানা গেছে।

ফ্ল্যাগশিপ আইফোন মডেলগুলি সাধারণত সেপ্টেম্বরের দিকে লঞ্চ হয়, কিছু মডেল শিপিংয়ের সাথে অক্টোবরে যেমন আইফোন এক্সআর এবং নভেম্বরে আইফোন এক্স। এই বছর, ব্লুমবার্গ বলেছেন যে সাধারণ সেপ্টেম্বরের লক্ষ্যমাত্রার চেয়ে বেশ কয়েকটি সপ্তাহ পরে কিছু মডেল প্রকাশিত হবে, তবে তার বিবরণ অজানা। আপাতদৃষ্টিতে এর অর্থ হ’ল, এখনই, আমরা এখনও 2020 সালে আইফোন 12 আশা করতে পারি, তবে সাধারণের থেকে ঠিক পরে।

এই বছরের আইফোন লাইনআপ সম্পর্কে আমরা এতক্ষণ যে গুজব দেখেছি তা সম্পর্কে আপনি কী ভাবেন? আপনি কী ভাবেন যে আমরা নামকরণ এবং মূল্যের ক্ষেত্রে কী আশা করতে পারি? আমাদের কমেন্টে জানাবেন!

এফটিসি: আমরা আয়ের উপার্জনযুক্ত স্বয়ংক্রিয় লিঙ্কগুলি ব্যবহার করি। আরো।

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