In earlier years, Apple looked a little more conservative in terms of technology and fashion trends than its competitors. Lately, however, the company seems to have a desire to get rid of this stereotype. In September 2014, Apple began offering the larger iPhone 6 Plus model. In September 2019, the company introduced three more models for the iPhone 11 Series. So many speculated that Apple would likely launch four iPhones in the fall of 2020, even with the rumored iPhone SE 2 or iPhone 9 to be released in March.
(From: LetsGoDigital, via Slash Gear)
While “machine-sea tactics” are a bit out of line with Apple’s character, Dutch tech blog LetsGoDigital seems confident about the unofficial information it receives.
According to reports, Apple’s 2020 iPhone “Four Swordsman” is the most attractive, but not yet the official name of the “mini” version.
iPhone 12 pro introduction (via)
This new 5.4-inch iPhone 12 will obviously have a very different feature and design than the iPhone SE 2.
Three other iPhone 12 strains include the 6.1-inch base, the 6.1-inch Pro, and the 6.7-inch Pro Max flagship.
Despite the similar sizes, there is a difference between the number of cameras on the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro (rear dual/rear three cameras, respectively).
Both the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max will have a rear three-camera, which one should be telephoto.
As can be seen from 3D rendering on the site, Apple may choose a more common-looking network format layout for camera sensors.
In terms of functionality, the 5G and 120Hz displays are supported on all four iPhone 12 models. As good as it sounds, it could sell for a higher price than the iPhone 11 series.