We’ve already spoken about the iPhone 12 lineup extensively at this point, but these latest renders from LetsGoDigital give us our best look at this years iPhone 12.
Reportedly, some of the specs we’re expecting to see on the iPhone 12 lineup will be the new A14 Bionic processor which will feature a 5 nanometer chip. All phones in the series will come with an OLED display (which is a first for Apple) however on the Pro models will come with the 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate.
- iPhone 12
- iPhone 12 Max
- iPhone 12 Pro
- iPhone 12 Pro Max
Based on this lineup, analyst Chung-Hoon Lee of UBI Research earlier estimated the cheapest and smallest iPhone 12, measuring in at 5.4-inches, would start at $700. The iPhone 12 Max, sporting a 6.1-inch screen could be $50 more, at $750.
The 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7-inch Pro Max may cost $999 and $1,099 respectively. Which is the same as the current iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Other than the screens, the base and Pro variants will differ with their cameras. The two regular models will reportedly feature a dual camera on rear while the two Pro variants will come with 3 cameras and a LiDAR scanner. This LiDAR scanner will be similar to the sensor introduced on the Apple iPad Pro 2020 which launched earlier this year.
The most striking thing about this new renders is the form factor of these new iPhones. The design language is similar to the one found on the iPhone 4 and 5 lineups, a squarish rectangular design. Comparing to the now 3-year old iPhone X curved glass design, it’s a gamble. But in terms of first looks and these renders, it’s eye-catching to say the least.
Not to mention the uniqueness factor of it all. It’s hard to distinguish iPhones, especially between the iPhone X, iPhone Xs, and in poor lighting, the iPhone 11. But with this rectangular iPhone? There’s no debate that you’re packing Apple’s latest and greatest. This new design will also make for better use of space and should result in an overall thinner design.