A prolific leak revealed prices, specifications and informationon about the camera covering the entire 2020 “iPhone 12” and “iPhone 12 Pro” range slated for the fall.
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Rumors about the iPhone update in the fall of 2020 have indicated that Apple is offering up to four models, spread over the standard “iPhone 12” and “iPhone 12 Pro” top-level, with different sizes. display and other features. In the latest alleged leak, Apple could make the iPhone 12 the cheapest flagship model to launch for years, outside of the iPhone SE.
According to sources of the prominent lessor Jon Prosser in a video published Monday, Apple will offer two “iPhone 12” models and two “Pro” versions, each being a larger “Max” variant. The standard level will have 5.4 inch and 6.1 inch OLED screens made by BOE, while the Pro models will have 6.1 inch and 6.7 inch screens made by Samsung and will have a color depth of 10 bits.
The Pro models will also benefit from 6 GB of application RAM, compared to the non-Pro models of 4 GB. The Pro versions will also have a stainless steel body compared to an aluminum body, while the usual triple camera configuration on the Pro will also have LiDAR, while the non-Pro will have a dual camera arrangement.
It should be noted that the leak includes Apple’s supposed price structure for 2020. The iPhone 12 will cost $ 649 for the 128 GB version, increasing to $ 749 for 256 GB, and the Max version will cost $ 749 and 849 $ for each respective capacity. .
Three capacities will be offered for the Pro models, at $ 999, $ 1099 and $ 1299 for the 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB versions respectively. For the Pro Max, the same capacities will cost $ 1,099, $ 1,199 and $ 1,399.
For reference, the current range of the iPhone 11 starts from $ 699, indicating that the iPhone 12 will be cheaper at launch of $ 50. The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max start at $ 999 and $ 1,099, so there seems to be little movement in price for the 2020 models with higher specifications.
Prosser also provided comments on Sunday’s report on the use of a 120 Hz ProMotion screen in Pro models. According to Prosser, there is an internal conflict over its inclusion, and it is likely that it will come with supported functionality, but whether it will be activated will depend on the battery life.
While Prosser is new to the Apple leak scene, he has a longstanding one for other manufacturers. He has an excellent track record for Apple products and has accurately reported code names and expected product release dates, sometimes weeks in advance.