The iPhone 12 should be a big change for Apple’s smartphe. The iPhone 11 series has delivered little in terms of upgrade. With new camera settings and a little more power inside, these were modest updates to the popular iPhone lineup.What will the next iPhone bring – the first in a new decade -? Will Apple give us a real new iPhone?The good news is that, in preparati for the launch of the iPhone 11, we have heard a lot of rumors and leaks about a much changed iPhone. These include the possibility of an iPhone 5G model, new cameras, a new design, a supercharged screen … If all these rumors prove to be true for the next generati device, the iPhone 12 could to be the great upgrade we hope.IPhe 12 release date, price, specsRelease dateThe next series of iPhones will almost certainly be released in the fall of 2020. (Specifically, September 2020 is at least the big favorite of the announcement event; if the company encounters producti difficulties, it is possible that preorders and the actual launch for sale may be delayed until the following mths, as was the case with the iPhone X.) Apple’s release schedule is extremely predictable, and every fall since 2011, there has been at least a new model.The ly slight interrupti to this calendar occurred in spring 2016 when Apple offered us the iPhone SE as a bus. (We always have the iPhone 6s in the fall before that, and the iPhone 7 in the fall after.) So it’s possible – albeit lg-term – that some sort of small screen or handset to be released around March or April 2020. To learn more about this theory, check out the rumors about the release date of the iPhone SE 2.We anticipate at least three different models in September, to match the rollout of the iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max in September 2019. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, however, predicted that there could be as many as four, as Apple plans. several versis of 5G.Design changeApple reorganized the rear cameras of the 2019 handsets (with three lenses for the first time, and even the twin lenses of the iPhone 11 arranged in a new square housing), but left the rest of the design largely intact for the third csecutive generati. The full screen / notch appearance of the iPhone X in 2017 has been retained for the XS – although a new, larger Max screen opti has been added – and the 11 Pro.There are ly as many times as you can come up with the same design and expect people to keep upgrading, although Apple has sometimes tested this theory in the past. Overall, however, we suspect that 2020 will be a year of significant design changes.nickWe could see the narrowing or the total eliminati of the notch, for example. The latter is probably more likely; the notch is an imperfect arrangement but it has become, perhaps accidentally, a signature part of the design, and we can’t see Apple changing that until it’s ready to remove it completely.The notch ctains a number of important sensors – those from Face ID, for example – and removing it would of course pose design issues. Apple can opt for a perforated design, which is a compromise in itself. But we think it would be the worst of both worlds: the admissi that the notch was a misstep, the loss of an icic piece of design, and a failure, always, to provide a seamless all-screen design.For us, then, the decisi to get rid of the notch depends the technology to integrate the sensors the screen (because we cannot imagine Apple opting for a gimmicky flip-round camera, the ZenFe 6) becoming affordable in large scale. In this way, your iPhone 12 would be nothing more than a screen – which is a difficult questi, from a design point of view, but could justify the overused adjective “magic”.CamerasPheArena published ccept illustratis showing an iPhone with four camera lenses the back. It’s crazy, surely … Although it fits perfectly with the square case. (The flash is placed in the center.)Screen sizeOur feeling is that Apple already offers too many screen sizes its iPhone and iPad ranges. (All together now: 4.7 inch, 5.5 inch, 5.8 inch, 6.1 inch, 6.5 inch, 7.9 inch, 10.2 inch, 10.5 inch, 11 inch, 12, 9 inches. Cfused, right?) However, there is a rumor that another size is about to be added to the portfolio: 5.4 inches.Max Rudberg, a Swedish graphic designer, has created a cceptual illustrati of what it might look like. And if that sounds like an arbitrary number, it’s not: it took a chassis roughly halfway between the iPhone 8 and the iPhone SE (much missed), given the result of an iPhone X style notch screen layout, and ended up with a superbly pocket-sized device with a larger screen than the two.These figures are approximate, but give you an idea of what Apple could do with a 5.4-inch device – something between an iPhone 8 and an SE, but with a much larger screen.I suppose they would reduce the user interface of the XS, even if the screen would be narrower than that of an 8. pic.twitter.com/EFR88i1hEb– Max Rudberg (@maxrudberg) June 24, 2019Hestly, based the emails we read all the time from iPhone SE fans who feel abanded by Apple, it would sell like crazy.USB-CIt’s a recurring rumor, but will 2020 be the year that Apple will finally give up and replace its proprietary Lightning port with USB-C, as it did its iPad Pro models in 2018? We probably d’t think so, as this was a special case – fast data transfers to and from the cameras being a requirement of many digital creatis. And owners of Lightning-based headphes and other accessories would be checked.