It won’t be any later than this fall that Apple goes on to launch its next flagship iPhone 12 series. In accordance with what the reports have had to say, it is expected that the series will consist of four variants this time around : including the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and finally, the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
And now, we have been met with a report that has made its way online – and which goes on to reveal some key details over the screen or indeed the display for the upcoming smartphones. In accordance with what the report has had to say, these four smartphone models will be featuring in three different screen sizes.
The standard iPhone 12 will make its way with a 5.4-inch display with the support of 2340 x 1080 pixels resolution and will go on to offer 475 PPI Pixel density. On the other hand, the Max variant will be arriving with a 6.1-inch panel and will have a resolution of 2532 x 1170 pixels as well as a 460 PPI density.
The iPhone 12 Pro will be arriving with a 6.1-inch display and will have a 2532 x 1170 pixels screen resolution with 460 PPI. As far as the very top-end variant goes in the iPhone 12 Pro Max – it will feature with a huge 6.7-inch display with a 2778 x 1284 pixels resolution and 458 PPI.
Other than the iPhone 12 Max, it is indeed said that all the other three devices will in fact be equipped with a display panel that will be arriving from Samsung display. The iPhone 12 Max will actually be sourcing the display panels from with LG Display or BOE. Due to the fact though that the first batch of panels from BOE haven’t exactly passed Apple’s test – the initial units could indeed be from LG only.