iPhone 11 has been a significant upgrade for Apple’s previous phone, but is there room for any more improvements for the new iPhones? Most Apple fans and specialists believe that there is, and by the next year, we will have the opportunity to get our hands on the iPhone 12 lineup.
2020 will be the release year for Apple’s next flagship which is approaching us at staggering speeds. It’s now time for a Youtuber called Path of Design to tell us more about how iPhone 12 will be like. He released a concept video highlighting what the 2020 iPhone lineup could look like, and he focused his attention on the Pro version.
As suggested in early leaks, the concept video suggests no notch display. Other features include reverse wireless charging support, as well as a shift to USB C for charging and data transfer from lightning.
Everybody wants 5G support and most smartphone manufacturers released a flagship that features the new technology. Surprisingly, Apple is not on the list yet, and it’s a bit embarrassing situation for the notorious Cupertino-based company. But things will change soon for Apple since they are expected to add 5G support for their 2020 flagship iPhone 12 Pro.
The iPhone 12 lineup is expected to feature the largest screens in iPhone history. The three screens are expected to be 5.42 inches, 6.06 inches, and 6.67 inches.
Probably the highest refresh rate displays
Another useful feature that is announced to be present on the 2020 iPhone 12 Pro is a 120Hz refresh rate or ProMotion display which will be one of the highest refresh rate displays on a smartphone.
Of course, only time will tell irrefutably what the 2020 iPhones will be capable of. It’s reasonable to expect iPhone 12 to be released next year until half of September. Some tech specialists and Apple fans are placing their bets for September 8th, 2020 to be the date when the new iPhone will be launched.