【iPhone 12 Prices】— Komiya (@komiyaappleseed) July 27, 2020
12 5G (5.4”)
12 Max 5G (6.1”)
12 Pro (6.1”)
12 Pro Max (6.7”)
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Been seeing some reports speculating on iPhone 12 prices, so I asked my sources 👇— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) April 30, 2020
5.4 iPhone 12 D52G
OLED / 5G
6.1 iPhone 12 D53G
OLED / 5G
6.1 iPhone 12 Pro D53P
OLED / 5G
3 cam + LiDAR
6.7 iPhone 12 Pro Max D54P
OLED / 5G
3 cam + LiDAR
Prototyping for iPhone 12 devices is just about finalized!— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) April 6, 2020
Final details line up pretty well with what Kuo said last year! 🤯
Expect to see CAD renders of the devices within the next month or two from your favorite leakers! 👀
Now let’s see if Apple can get them out by EOY! pic.twitter.com/nAfA7JHMx2
Promise the biggest update in years. Here’s what we know so far.
We’re very close to finally getting to see the new And these phones promise to feature some of the biggest changes to the iPhone lineup in a long time.
will reportedly drop the existing design for an all-new look, as well as add 5G connectivity across the range, Apple’s highly-anticipated processor and, for the Pro set specifically, LiDAR cameras. The 120Hz displays for the Pro models are in limbo based on leaks.IPHONE 12: WHAT TO EXPECT
launch date: Sept. 8, Sept. 22 or Oct. 13/14
While we probably won’t get our hands on the phones in September like we typically do with new iPhone releases, rumors and leaks have painted a pretty full picture of what to expect from Apple’s upcoming handsets, including their release dates, prices and specs.
All four are expected to tout a design the hearkens back to the iPhone 5’s flat machined edges, along with a possibly slimmer notch. And plenty of other changes are in store, from the processor powering the phone to the cameras you’ll use to snap photos.
|iPhone 12||iPhone 12 Max||iPhone 12 Pro||iPhone 12 Pro Max|
|Display||5.4-inch Super Retina OLED (BOE)||6.1-inch Super Retina OLED (BOE)||6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED (Samsung)||6.7-inch Super Retina XDR OLED (Samsung)|
|Processor||A14 Bionic||A14 Bionic||A14 Bionic||A14 Bionic|
|Storage||64GB, 128GB, 256GB||64GB, 128GB, 256GB||128GB, 256GB, 512GB||128GB, 256GB, 512GB|
|Cameras||Dual rear cameras||Dual rear cameras||Triple rear cameras + LiDAR||Triple rear cameras + LiDAR|
|5G||Sub-6GHz||Sub-6GHz||Sub-6GHz, mmWave||Sub-6GHz, mmWave|
|Battery||2,227 mAh||2,775 mAh||2,775 mAh||3,687 mAh|
|Body||Aluminum||Aluminum||Stainless steel||Stainless steel|
A render of the 5.4-inch
The price seems to be a moving target. The most recent leak from on Twitter says that the 5.4-inch will start at $699 for 64GB. The 6.1-inch have a $799 price for the same amount of storage.
The 6.1-inch screen would cost $749.
All four 2020 iPhones will have 5G, Kuo says.
Here’s a closer look at what to expect from each model, as detailed by a report from Display Supply Chain CEO Ross Young.
Look for the entry-level to feature a 5.4-inch OLED panel with rumored resolution of 2340×1080. Young expects the display to feature Y-OCTA technology, which means that the touch sensor is integrated directly into the display.
In terms of other hardware, the is expected to feature an A14 processor, 4GB of RAM and a choice between 128GB and 256GB of storage. Like the iPhone 11, this model will rely on dual rear cameras, losing the telephoto in the Pro variants.
This 6.1-inch iPhone will feature the same hardware as the standard A14 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB or 256GB of storage and dual rear cameras. The biggest difference will be the screen and battery size, both of which will see increases. will have a larger flexible 6.1-inch OLED panel with 2532×1170 resolution.
The 6.1-inch flexible OLED on this model could be the first phone to feature 10-bit color support, according to Young. It will feature a 2532×1170 resolution along with Y-OCTA technology.
Expect 6GB of RAM in this A14-powered model with storage options ranging from 128GB to 512GB. The Pro series is rumored to feature three rear lenses, highlighted by a 64MP main sensor, plus a LiDAR time-of-flight sensor that will improve performance of iPhone AR apps.
Expect the same RAM, storage and camera features as the only with a bigger 6.7-inch OLED panel. Resolution could be 2778×1824, and a 120Hz refresh rate is a possibility here, too.
A better look at how the different sizes compare comes in a YouTube video by iupdate that shows relatively high-quality dummy units in three different sizes, and compares how they fit in people’s hands.