Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro is its best design in year 2020 -2021 – render based on multiple leaks

Apple's iPhone 12 Pro Redesign revealed in striking render

You think new iPhones are coming soon and there is a lot of love on the inside.  But now we still have our best look at the radical overhaul Apple will deliver on the outside.

After rejecting some themes last week, the stunning design work by svetapple has pulled everything we know about the iPhone 12 Pro and the end result is the biggest (and likely, most popular) overhaul in many generations.

06/18 update: Industry insider Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, has stated that both the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are now ready to ship with 120Hz displays.  Young previously stated that Apple was in two minds about adding this technology due to concerns about the battery.  Apple won't have access to Samsung's new super efficient LTPO panels (which are being reserved exclusively for the Galaxy Note 20+), though now it seems Apple has still a way to incorporate the technology  Have found  It is big news that rivals have widely adopted the 90 Hz and 120 Hz displays in the last 12 months, and it offers a solidly smoother and more responsive experience than the 60 Hz panel that iPhones have at this point  Used till  However, both the entry-level iPhone 12 and the new iPhone 12 Max will still be limited to 60Hz, which is clearly a factor of their surprisingly aggressive pricing.

06/19 update: DigiTimes (paywall) has revealed more information about the iPhone 12 today with news that Apple plans to use Qualcomm's Snapdragon X60 as its 5G modem.  The X60 is built on a 5nm processor, making it smaller and more efficient than its predecessor, the X55.  It supports the mmWave and sub-6GHz bands simultaneously, suggesting that the iPhone 12 Pro model is its primary target (the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max may miss out on mmWave).  Complication is that Qualcomm said it expects to ship to 2021 smartphones.  Given the delay in the iPhone 12 line-up that will push the release of the phone towards the end of the year, it may be enough time to see that they become the first smartphones to include the X60.  If so, it will be a major coup for Apple.

For starters, the designer captured better than anything we've seen to date, Apple's decision to level the iPhone's curves would have an impact on the look and feel of the device.  It is going to feel different to any iPhone Apple than before, the first flat iPhone made was the 2016 iPhone SE and its display was just 4 inches.  The iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max will have 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch panels.

There are external stands on the front and rear.  The front is shown to be smaller, which Apple hopes to achieve through rearranging the Face ID components, and that the iPhone 12 range (it will come for all models) brings its class-leading face recognition  Has a more modern appearance.  For Back, it reveals Apple's most ambitious camera design with enhanced triple cameras on the Pro model incorporated by the iPad Pro's notable LiDAR sensor, which results in a quad tron ​​tone focus.

The last one is over.  'Midnight Green' was said to be the most popular iPhone 11 Pro color, but this year Apple is taking the risk by replacing it with 'Navy Blue'.  Designers can only guess this exact shade based on the description from the leaks, but it is a stirring look and the matte finish captures light that brightens the color just like Midnight Green.

That said, there is one area where Apple has refused to stubbornly drive the iPhone 12 series to home run and it is the decision to stay with the Lightning port.  In addition, Apple is set to release a port-less iPhone in the future instead of moving to USB-C, and the decision may be a deal breaker for some.  Another concern is the iPhone 12 Pro model which goes up to 120Hz.  Promotion display remains touch and go.

But here is the big picture: the design is correct, the wide variety of models is correct and most importantly the prices are also right.  If Apple is to hit the sales super cycle once again, 2020 may just be it.

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