This fall, Apple has released its “strongest to date” line of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max smarts. In the upcoming iOS 13.3 software update, the company is expected to fix memory management issues for the go-to-the-background process, resulting in a better user experience. At the same time, people are already looking forward to the next generation of iPhone smartphones in 2020, such as tS Designer, which just released a 2 minute, 13-second iPhone 12 concept design video.
(Pictured: TS Designer, via BGR)
Google introduced the Night Sight feature on the Pixel series of smartphones, resulting in a stunning night-time performance. The 2019 iPhone 11 product line is no surprise, also introducing the most powerful shooting experience to date.
Unfortunately, despite being widely praised for its configuration and functionality, the iPhone 11 series has been slotted off by many people. Since the iPhone 6, the company hasn’t brought a big design change for a long time, until the iPhone X.
The good news is that the iPhone 12 product line, due next year, is expected to usher in a new design. Although officials haven’t given any thing yet, TS Designer has shared a 2 minutes and 13-second video on YouTube.
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro models are envisaged in the video, but Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at Tianfeng International Securities, reports that the series may be a bit of a design setback.
The new generation of iPhone is designed to bring back flat metal edges dating back to the iPhone 4/iPhone 5 era, which is popular with older fans.
Even so, the iPhone 12 is expected to introduce 5G network-based support and a redesigned 120Hz high refresh rate display.
Finally, Apple obviously won’t easily expose the design of the new product ahead of time, and don’t take the TS Designer video too seriously.