The much-talked-about Apple iPhone 12 has been spotted again in a new set of rendered images. Like every year, it was expected that Apple would be introducing its new-gen iPhone lineup in September but as per the latest details available, the development of the iPhone 12 has been impacted due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the launch could get delayed by 2-3 months.
Coming to the design of the upcoming Apple iPhone 12, the rendered images seem to be inspired by the squarish design profile of the iPhone 5S. The details of the upcoming smartphone are supposed to be accurate and comply with the ongoing rumours that also suggest Apple iPad Pro alike looks with flat edges. The upcoming smartphones will get thin bezels, which would be around 0.9mm thinner than the ongoing iPhone 11 Pro smartphone series.
The brand has initially taken the camera styling of the Apple iPhone 11 series further on the 12th iteration of the world-famous mobile phone. The triple rear camera architecture is expected to remain the same while featuring a wide-angle lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a telephoto lens. In addition to this, the iPhone 12 Pro is expected to feature the same LiDAR scanner as seen on the 2020 iPad Pro.
The iPhone 12 series is further expected to grace the world with four new iPhones which will include a 5.4-inch iPhone, two 6.1-inch variants, and an all-new 6.7-inch iPhone variant. The brand is expected to offer all of the variants with 5G connectivity in addition to offering OLED screens.
As per one of the recent updates, the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Max will come equipped with a triple rear camera setup while the 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max will be equipped with the quad rear camera setup. More news on the upcoming iPhone series is expected to follow soon as the time of the launch comes closer.
Apple iPhone 12 Rendered Images
Rendered Images Source: PhoneArena