iPhone 12 Pro renderings are leaked again: the shape is square, the huge "notch" is still there

Andrew Perry

Andrew Perry

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September 6th 2020

According to the news from the mobile phone network, Apple’s new "iPhone 12" series this year will be launched in September, and four models of iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Max and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be launched. And in appearance design, it will be similar to the previous iPhone 4/5 series. A few days ago, some media outlets exposed the so-called latest rendering of the iPhone 12 Pro, showing a model in two angles. The model appears to have rounded corners, with the still wide "notch" and the rear "Yuba" camera module

iPhone 12 Pro renderings are leaked again: the shape is square, the huge "notch" is still there image 1

Judging from the leaked rendering of the iPhone 12 Pro, the frame of the mobile phone screen is narrower. Although the notch is still look large, the overall screen-to-body ratio should be higher than the previous generation. In addition, there is news on the Internet that this year’s iPhone 12 Pro series will be made of more durable "aviation aluminum", specifically it uses aviation aluminum and metal wire drawing technology, which will help improve heat transfer and grip feel. Of course, the recent iPhone generations have not changed much in design, and there is no surprise in paying tribute or "copying and pasting" the previous design.

Previously, the entire US dollar price of the iPhone 12 was also leaked on the Internet. They are:

  • iPhone 12 (5.4 inches): 64GB version is priced at US$699, 128GB version is priced at US$749, and 256GB version is priced at US$849;
  • iPhone 12 Max (6.1 inches): The 64GB version is priced at US$799, the 128GB version is priced at US$849, and the 256GB version is priced at US$949;
  • iPhone 12 Pro (6.1 inches): 128GB version is priced at US$1,049, 256GB version is priced at US$1149, and 512GB version is priced at US$1349;
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max (6.7 inches): The 128GB version is priced at US$1,149, the 256GB version is priced at US$1249, and the 512GB version is priced at US$1449.

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