Apple will be launching its flagship next-generation iPhone 12 series smartphones this fall. As per the reports, the company is expected to launch four variants this time, which include iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Now, a new report has surfaced online which reveals key details about the screen or display of the upcoming devices. As per the report, these four smartphone models will come in three different screen sizes.
The Covid-19 pandemic may impact the iPhone 12 release date and while a variety of sources debate whether there will be a delay, and how long it will be if there is one, we’re expecting to at least see the iPhone 12 range this year.
We’re set to learn about the software the phones will run very soon as it’s likely iOS 14 will be unveiled at WWDC 2020 that starts on Monday, June 22. We’re also expecting to hear about iPadOS 14, watchOS 7 and maybe even Apple AirTags.
There will still be plenty to look forward to later in the year though, with the upcoming iPhone range likely be larger than normal, with four phones rumored, up from the three unveiled in 2019.
iPhone 12 key details
- What is it? The new range of iPhone products from Apple
- When is it out? Maybe September, but could be delayed
- What will it cost? We expect $649 / £700 / AU$1,200 and up
The exact iPhone 12 release date is a confusing topic; nothing has been made official yet, but we’re almost certain Apple will be unveiling its new iPhones before the end of 2020.
September is likely to be when Apple unveils all four products, and in past years it has often been the second week of the month. It’s almost always unveiled on a Tuesday, and we’d put our money on it being revealed on either September 8 or September 15.