There’s been a tonne of Apple iPhone 12 leaks and rumours lately, ranging from the believable to the unbelievable to the downright impossible. That being said, we now have our best look at Apple’s upcoming flagship device in the form of a physical render.
A video recently uploaded by YouTube channel EverythingApplePro sheds some light on just what Apple has in store for us come September. The render shown in the video is 70% complete, with the rest being filled in based on leaks of the device.
Much was made of the iPhone 12 because of the “revolutionary” design change that it’s supposed to have, but by the looks of things, it’s just a mini iPad Pro. As previously reported, the phone will now revert to the angular design it last had on the iPhone 5. The device is also apparently very sleek thanks to its flat metal frame and body.
The most notable changes besides the general shape of the device include a smaller notch, the largest ever display on an iPhone (6.7-inches), a triple camera setup with a LiDAR scanner, and a smart connector. The iPhone 12 will also FINALLY sport thinner bezels, which let’s be real here, is long overdue. The bezels on last years iPhone 11 made it look like Apple was stuck in 2016 or something.
Seeing as these renders are 70% complete, be sure to expect some changes. There is no doubt however that the phone will more or less look like this. Check out the render for yourself in the video above.