It is expected that the next iPhone in the iPhone 12 will indeed pack big changes inside, however, now, we have a look over to the external design as well. In a recent video based out on YouTube, it was shown clearly as to how widgets in the next iPhone could actually interact. The downside however to this being practical is the dispute whether widgets would even be available as we get nearer to the launch of the iOS 14. But based on design as well as the tweaks with which the next iPhone could be set out with, it would be crazy if Apple doesn’t find a way for widgets. Apple’s new iPhone showcased in stunning details.
Perhaps the most eye catching combination that we can expect would be a smaller notch as well as sharper, iPhone 4-inspired angles. Both the iPhone 12 as well as the iPhone 12 Pro Max are expected to arrive with larger displays, while it will actually be the iPhone 12 entry-level that will see downgrading in the size department.
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On the back of course, as previous rumors have suggested, will be present a quad-camera layout, however, the additional module will be a LiDAR sensor. Of course there is no doubting the fact that the LiDAR sensor possesses the capabilities of stunning real-time 3D environment mapping. Moreover, while still at the subject of the back, there might also now be a new Navy Blue color option to consider – replacing the Midnight Green one. While this surely will represent an interesting move, it would also be a risk considering the fact that Midnight Green is actually quite popular.
Much has also been made of the Apple A14 chip that will be inside of the next iPhones – and this is due to good reason, because this transition would potentially be the company’s biggest performance upgrade in year – of course 5G has something to say about that! These will be the first iPhones with 5G capabilities, and considering the fact that Apple will be introducing them without any increase to the asking price is what rivals perhaps fear the most.