Reliable Apple Leaker Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) has released a LOT of information regarding the four new iPhones scheduled to be arriving this year.
The first model he speaks about is the iPhone 12, which will have a 5.4” OLED Super Retina Display, 4GB RAM, will start at $649 for 128GB storage and can be configured up to 256GB of storage for $749. This iPhone will feature the Apple A14 chip, 5G, dual cameras, and an aluminium chassis. The displays will be made by the OLED display manufacturer, BOE.
The next model he speaks about is the iPhone 12 Max. This iPhone will have a 6.1” OLED Super Retina Display, 4GB of RAM, the A14 chip. 5G, and duals cameras. The big difference between the iPhone 12 Max and the iPhone 12 is the display size and the pricing. This iPhone will start at $749 for 128GB of storage and can be configured up to 256GB of storage, which increases the price to $849.
Next is the Pro models of this year’s lineup. The first Pro model is the iPhone 12 Pro, which will have a 6.1” Super Retina XDR display with 10-bit colour depth and ProMotion. Unlike the precious two iPhone models, this display will be manufactured by Samsung Displays. This iPhone will have 6GB RAM and will start at $999 for 128GB of storage. The price can be raised to $1,099 and $1,299 for 256GB and 512GB, respectively. This iPhone will utilise a stainless steel chassis, the A14 chip, 5G, and will have a triple-camera array with a LiDAR sensor.
The final model in this year’s lineup is the iPhone 12 Pro Max, which will have a 6.7” Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion and 10-bit Colour Depth and the display will by manufactured by Samsung Displays. The phone will come will 6GB of RAM, and will come with 128GB of base storage for $1,099. The price can be raised to $1,199 and $1,399 for 256GB and 515GB, respectively. The phone will come with stainless steel body, A14 chip, 5G, and will utilise a triple camera array with a LiDAR sensor.
Regarding the ProMotion display, Prosser says that there is a conflict happening inside Apple regarding it, and he’s not entirely comfortable to say that it is confirmed. He says the hardware does support the ProMotion display and that it will have a variable rate depending on the content that is being displayed on the iPhone. This feature is to support the battery life.
Prosser finally says that we should not be expecting these new iPhones in September, although Apple may announce them in September. He expects them to begin arriving in people’s hands in October.
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