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What Tech Apple Will Bring For iPhone 12th Generation Phones

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There are already signs pointing out that Apple’s new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro launch has been a booming success. Apple doesn’t share the sales figures anymore, but the company’s profits an insider estimates a very solid sales figure. And then there’s the response by the public towards the new-gen of iPhones. Critics and end-users equally have been ranting about the iPhone 11 non-stop, especially about the iPhone 11 Pro smartphones and their hugely improved cameras. After falling behind to Huawei and Google for the last couple of years, Apple finally pumped its game and introduced a new triple-lens camera system that many claims are the best smartphone camera on the market right now.

Apple’s iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max is developing up to be huge upgrades compared to this year’s iPhone 11 phones. But two things will remain the same: The phones’ huge price tags, and the Face ID in the position of Touch ID, there are great chances that finally Apple completely eliminates the “notch” according to SportsBettingDime. The 3D cameras are supposed to support AR capabilities. There have also been forecasts of a 4 camera setup on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, with a ToF sensor. We also anticipate seeing more enhancements to the Night Mode Apple offered on the iPhone 11 models in order to keep up with the major competitors from the likes of Huawei and Google.

According to analysts in China, Apple will use 120Hz screens on its 2020 iPhone 12, which is the very refresh rate it using on the iPad Pro models. Ben Geskin – who has given us many renders of iPhones in the past – has tweeted “one of the 2020 iPhone prototypes has a 6.7-inch display with Face ID and TrueDepth camera system housed in the top bezel.”

Touch ID first started to roll out in 2017 with the release of the iPhone X. After that in 2018 and 2019, none of Apple’s new iPhone models had Touch ID. The tech was removed for two purposes: first, Apple wanted to adopt a new all-screen design, which involved removing the home button. Other smartphone producers have moved the fingerprint sensor to the back of the phone or buried it in the screen, but those are both not very good options where user experience is concerned — and the second reason Apple cleared on Touch ID. It’s thought that the company may bring back Touch ID in all of its iPhones in the near future, but not till in-display sensors with much bigger touch targets are ready for production.

There’s a lot of new things in the new Apple’s iPhone 11 series smartphones, and there are rumors about next year’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro updates are going to be huge. We’ve heard rumors of 5G support, 120Hz ProMotion screens, quad-lens camera setup, and a huge redesign with flat metal edges like the iPhone 5 and way more smaller notch. But there are some folks out there who have a few particular criticisms about the iPhone 11 series, and next year’s iPhone 12 phones aren’t supposed to address those problems. This is confirmed now, there’s a fourth new iPhone set to be released next year, and we heard from the famous Apple insider that the phone’s announcement is now mere some months away.

iPhone users who want to change the phone but don’t want to splash out a lot of money and don’t want to lose Touch ID have no choice but to buy an older iPhone. Apple still selling the iPhone 8 at $449, but it’s from 2017 so it is not powerful or comes with the cool tech available on newer iPhone models. That’s all about to turn, however, because news outlets with great track records are stating that Apple is certainly getting ready to release a followup to the iPhone SE which was first released in March 2016 and it was quite economical and fun to use.

The new upcoming model — which they are calling the “iPhone SE 2,” though it’s not anticipated to actually release with that name — is going to be a tremendous upgrade if you are going to compare it with the first-generation SE. TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released in the past that the new upcoming iPhone will be more in line with the iPhone 8. but it’ll come with upgraded specs that put it on the level with Apple’s iPhone 11 phones. In fact, it’s essentially shaping up to be an iPhone 11 packed into an iPhone 8 body, with specifications that come with a 4.7-inch display, the A13 Bionic chipset, and a 3GB of RAM.

Now, in a new announcement letter sent to investors that were seen by MacRumors, Kuo says that the upcoming phone is on track to be revealed and available for the public in the end first quarter in 2020. That suggests the iPhone SE 2’s release date is just 4 months away at the max. The reporter also stated that the phone will be readily available in three different colors which come in Space Gray, Silver, and Red, and might cost you around $399 for the 64GB model. And it might also come with the Touch ID, which is a tremendous deal for many iPhone users who have been clinging onto their old phones for that purpose alone.

Do you see any clues hidden in Apple’s invite image above? Apple sometimes includes a hint, and we’ve got a few thoughts about the image: maybe they are trying to say that return of Apple’s rainbow logo on the back of the phones, or maybe it’s the leaked lively colors of the next-gen iPhone 12. Or maybe we are simply looking at an artist’s idea of what a MicroLED screen looks like when you look at it closely. It’s difficult to say for sure, but I’m rooting for the rainbow Apple logo comeback.

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