Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhones this October. In this regard, the number of rumors associated with new smartphones is growing. This time, a small video appeared on the Web, in which the body of the iPhone 12 Pro is supposed to be demonstrated.
If this case really relates to new Apple smartphones, then most likely refers to the iPhone 12 Pro. This is confirmed by the fact that the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro should receive a triple main camera and a LiDAR sensor. Earlier it was reported that LiDAR will only be installed in the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro, but in reality this may not be the case. Apple has already launched the iPad Pro (2020) with a built-in LiDAR sensor that brings new possibilities to life using augmented reality technologies. The arrival of LiDAR in the iPhone is likely to bring new photographic possibilities to users.
There is an area on the right side of the case shown in the video that can be connected to the 5G antenna. In addition, the SIM card tray has moved to the left side and is located under the volume control button. According to earlier leaks, the new iPhones 12 will not receive 120Hz displays and will ship with 60Hz displays similar to those used in the current generation of devices.
Here it is! Official iPhone 12 Pro chassis leak. Confirms mostly same camera with new LiDAR placement, flat sides, magnet cutouts & smart connector-like 5G antenna? This seems to confirm the 6.1 Pro model will get LiDAR too. October can’t come soon enough. pic.twitter.com/YifSX7SWxhRussian retailer apologized for the lack of GeForce RTX 3080 on sale and promised to improve the situation by November
– EverythingApplePro (@EveryApplePro) September 11, 2020
As a reminder, Apple plans to host an online event on September 15th, which is expected to unveil a new smartwatch and tablet. It is hardly worth expecting the appearance of the iPhone 12 at this presentation. Most likely, the new Apple smartphones will officially debut in October.
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