Apple is expected to announce four new iPhones later this year, and although we don’t have any official details yet – except that the launch has been delayed by a few weeks – some nice renderings have appeared online that show us what the standard iPhone 12 might look like.
Rumors say that the iPhone 12 will be available in four models – the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. It has been claimed that the design will move away from the rounded edges that we have seen since iPhone 6 and return to the flatter edges that are offered by iPhone 4 and 5.
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The renderings created by Svetapple (taken from 9to5Mac) show the standard iPhone 12 with a flatter case, slimmer bezels around the display, and a slightly reduced notch compared to the current iPhone 11. The renderings were created in the same colors in which the iPhone 11 is currently offered, but it is likely that the iPhone 12 would add at least one new color option to the palette.
The renderings are of course just renderings, so don’t get too excited yet, but they remind us what a great design the iPhone 5 had and how nice an updated, refined version of it could be.
The iPhone 12 is supposed to have a 5.4 inch display, while the larger standard model is supposed to have a 6.1 inch display. The iPhone 12 Pro should also have a 6.1 inch display, while the iPhone 12 Pro Max should have a 6.7 inch display.
Nothing is official as yet but you can read about all the rumours surrounding the devices in our iPhone 12 rumour round up.