A lot of people are eager to get their hands on iPhone 12, Apple’s flagship for 2020. The Cupertino-based tech giant is aiming to put its best resources into the upcoming phone. The main highlight of the future device is the presence of the A14 processor, which will assure more processing speed than it ever was for an iPhone.
We all know that Apple usually launches its flagships in September, but it will be a little different this time.
Apple confirms the later release date for iPhone 12
CFO of Apple, Luca Maestri, revealed that the iPhone 12 line up will be delayed. In the absence of a precise release date, our bet is that Apple’s flagship for 2020 will be launched in early October. Maesrti also had some good news by saying that supply will be “available a few weeks later [than usual].”
A report from a popular Chinese site has revealed the resolutions for the displays of iPhone 12, and we’re gladly presenting them for you below:
- iPhone 12 Max – 6.1-inch, 2532 x 1170 OLED display, 460 ppi
- iPhone 12 Pro – 6.1-inch, 2532 x 1170 OLED Display, 460 ppi
- iPhone 12 Pro Max – 6.7-inch, 2778 x 1284 OLED Display, 458 ppi
- iPhone 12 – 5.4-inch, 2340 x 1080 OLED display, 475 pixels per inch
As you might have guessed already, the 5G connectivity will also be present on iPhone 12. The A14 processor still takes the cake, as it’s the successor for the best chipset made by Apple: the A13 Bionic processor.
The Pro Max version of iPhone 12 will also come equipped with 4K video recording, and plenty of RAM to run the browsers smoothly: 6GB. There will also be three versions of storage for the upcoming flagship: 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
As for the price, we don’t have anything official yet. But we can predict that the iPhone 12 lineup will cost between $700 and $1000. This claim is also supported by Jon Prosser, and his background as a good leakster makes us count on his prediction.