According to the recent leaks and rumors, the upcoming iPhone 12 series might be released a couple of weeks later than expected. Therefore, we might see the product arriving on the market by the end of October. This has been caused by the ongoing pandemic, which has tremendously affected both the production cycle, as well as the consumer demands.
It seems that the officials might opt for a lower price than usual, and the iPhone 12 could be less expensive than the iPhone 11. Fans would pay around $649 for the standard model, iPhone 12 Pro being priced at $999 and iPhone Pro Max at $1,099.
It is said that the upcoming series will bear a striking resemblance to the iPhone 11 series in terms of exterior design. The only difference between the two phones is represented by the slightly bowed edges, resulting in a super round iPhone.
The forthcoming gadget will not come with EarPods or a power adapter in the standard package. This initiative was taken to support the company’s AirPods, which is unfortunately quite expensive, given the fact that one pair is around $249.
A14 Bionic chipset
Apple’s latest advanced chipset id the A14 Bionic, which the company is proud to name the most powerful processor available on the market. We are expecting a rise of 40% in CPU and 50% in GPU.
Several rumors suggest that the upcoming series will come with the 5G technology as well. It is said that the company might be using its proper 5G antennas, given the fact that the officials had a dispute with Qualcomm back in 2019.
The front-facing cameras are rumored to come with 3D depth sensing, which allows users to unlock their device using face identification and proceed with digital payments.