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Apple working on redesign for new iPhone 12

Apple has maintained a fairly similar design for its iPhones for several years now. However, this would change with the new iPhone 12 series, which is expected around September. According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on a design with flat sides and a flat screen.
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iphone herstellen gent In the news: The iPhone 12 series may look completely different from the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro (Max). That's what Bloomberg writes based on anonymous sources at Apple.

 

The details: If the coronavirus doesn't throw in too much soot, Apple will present a new series of iPhones in September. Rumour has it that this time we won't get three, but four models. There will be two high-end devices as successors to the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. In addition, there will also be two low-end devices as successors to the iPhone 11.

According to Bloomberg, Apple, especially for those more expensive models, goes back to a completely flat screen, instead of the sloping edges that are used now.
As a result, the sides would consist of flat stainless steel and would no longer be rounded. It has been since Apple used such a design on the iPhone 5, although we saw it recently on the iPad Pro.
It is still unclear if that new design will be used for the two cheaper models.

And what else? It's the first time we've had such concrete rumors about the appearance of the iPhone 12 series. Yet there were many other rumours about the latest models of iPhones.

 

We'll list them again:

The camera of the iPhone 12 series should be able to count on a serious upgrade. You can read more about that improved camera here.
At 6.7 inches, the biggest model gets the biggest screen ever for an iPhone.
All versions will have a much stronger processor. That's necessary because Apple wants its new iPhones to run smoothly with artificial intelligence from iphone herstellen gent .
It seems fairly certain that Apple will launch an iPhone compatible with 5G for the first time. However, it is still unclear if all models will be able to work with 5G.

Apple has maintained a fairly similar design for its iPhones for several years now. However, this would change with the new iPhone 12 series, which is expected around September. According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on a design with flat sides and a flat screen.
8AM Tech

iphone herstellen gent In the news: The iPhone 12 series may look completely different from the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro (Max). That's what Bloomberg writes based on anonymous sources at Apple.

The details: If the coronavirus doesn't throw in too much soot, Apple will present a new series of iPhones in September. Rumour has it that this time we won't get three, but four models. There will be two high-end devices as successors to the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. In addition, there will also be two low-end devices as successors to the iPhone 11.

According to Bloomberg, Apple, especially for those more expensive models, goes back to a completely flat screen, instead of the sloping edges that are used now.
As a result, the sides would consist of flat stainless steel and would no longer be rounded. It has been since Apple used such a design on the iPhone 5, although we saw it recently on the iPad Pro.
It is still unclear if that new design will be used for the two cheaper models.

And what else? It's the first time we've had such concrete rumors about the appearance of the iPhone 12 series. Yet there were many other rumours about the latest models of iPhones.

We'll list them again:

The camera of the iPhone 12 series should be able to count on a serious upgrade. You can read more about that improved camera here.
At 6.7 inches, the biggest model gets the biggest screen ever for an iPhone.
All versions will have a much stronger processor. That's necessary because Apple wants its new iPhones to run smoothly with artificial intelligence from iphone herstellen gent .
It seems fairly certain that Apple will launch an iPhone compatible with 5G for the first time. However, it is still unclear if all models will be able to work with 5G.

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