Many months have passed since the launch of the 2020 iPhone, which is expected in September 2020, but there have been multiple rumors of upcoming devices.
We expect the 2020 iPhones to be called the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro if Apple follows the same naming scheme as the one used for the 2019 iPhone launch.
The 2020 iPhone includes major upgrades, introducing the first design changes we’ve seen since the iPhone X 2017 launch. We expect four iPhones in three sizes, which may come in versions 5.4, 6.7 and 6.1. inches (x2).
At 5.4 inches, it is rumored that the 2020 iPhone 12 will be the smallest iPhone Apple has released since the 4.7-inch iPhone 8. At 6.7 inches, the 2020 iPhone 12 12 Pro is Apple’s largest iPhone to date.
The thing is, at least one of the new iPhones is rumored to undergo a major overhaul with a metal frame similar to the iPhone 4. The iPhone 4 featured a distinctive, flat-looking stainless steel bezel that could be replicated. on new iPhones.
There may be a new TrueDepth camera system that reduces the size of the front recess, and there are rumors of a 3D triple-lens rear camera system that uses a laser to calculate the depth of objects in the room, improving both photography and AR capabilities.
2020 will be the first year that Apple will introduce 5G support for the iPhone, allowing new devices to connect to 5G networks, which are much faster than 4G LTE networks.
Prospective names of iPhone 12 Series
Apple’s iPhone naming plans have been confusing since the iPhone 8 debuted next to the iPhone X in 2017, completely skipping the iPhone 9. Apple continued its confusing naming system in 2018 with the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, but in 2019 things became clearer with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max.
Apple has done numerical growth in the past, then S year, but since the changes expected in 2020 are so significant, we are unlikely to get an iPhone 11S or similar, and much more likely to see an iPhone 12.
If we call the iPhone 11 Lower Series Tracking iPhone 12 (we will call it), we can expect the two high-end devices to be released in 2020 are the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Designing of iPhone 12 pro
The 2020 iPhone has a refurbished design with a metal frame similar to the iPhone 4.
Ming-Chi Kuo Apple analysts say the new iPhones will use more sophisticated segmentation plans as well as new trenching and injection molding techniques.
At the same time, the overall design is similar to the iPhone 4, with a rectangular stainless steel bezel between two glass panes. The new iPhone will replace the stainless steel bezel, which will replace the current rounded stainless steel bezel, while still using the front and back glass for the body of the device.
Grooving and injection molding of the metal in the frame is said to reduce the negative effect of metal shielding on the high-frequency transmission efficiency of the internal antenna. According to Kuo, Apple will use grooves in the frame made of sapphire or tempered glass. According to a rumor, slightly wider antenna lines are possible, though this is not yet supported by a reliable source.
Size settings of iPhone 12 pro
It is rumored that Apple will offer four different sized iPhones that are expected to change in 2020.
So far, it is rumored to see a 5.4-inch, a 6.7-inch, and two 6.1-inch iPhones. 5.4 inches smaller than the current iPhone 11 Pro and 6.7 inches larger than the current iPhone 11 Pro Max.
One 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch models will be higher-end iPhones, while the other 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch iPhones will be the lower-end models and the successor to the iPhone 11. Higher-end iPhones Newer camera systems come with a triple-lens setup, while lower-end iPhones have dual-lens setups.
Display of iPhone 12 pro
While Apple is expected to continue to offer two higher-end (also known as more expensive) iPhones and a lower-end (cheaper) iPhone in 2020, all devices will have access to OLED displays this year, and Apple will eliminate LCDs from the iPhone lineup.
Apple’s use of the OLED in the iPhone series allows for “more flexible handset design”. Apple is testing the OLED displays of Chinese company BOE Display, which makes LCDs for Apple iPads and MacBooks. Apple is using Samsung’s OLED displays in recent OLED iPhones and is expected to continue doing so.
The new iPhones coming out in 2020 are expected to use Samsung technology called Y-OCTA, which allows direct patterning of touch screen circuits on the OLED panel without the need for a separate layer, resulting in a thinner screen and lower production costs, whether this results in a thinner body.
Future iPhones may adopt the low-power LTPO display technology of the Apple Watch. The LTFT or low-temperature polycrystalline oxide TFT structure uses up to 15% less energy than LTPS, or low-temperature polysilicon, Apple’s current backplane technology. It is not entirely clear whether Apple will apply this technology to the iPhone 12 or the future iPhone.
A14 Chip in iPhone 12 pro
It is rumored that TSMC will manufacture the 5-nanometer chips that Apple will use in the iPhone 2020 series. The 5-nanometer process will produce smaller, faster and more battery efficient chips due to better heat treatment.
RAM of iPhone 12 pro
According to Barclays analyst Blayne Curtis, the iPhone 12 Pro models have 6GB of RAM and the iPhone 12 has 4GB of RAM.
Battery of iPhone 12 pro
The iPhone gains that come in 2020 may achieve some small gains in battery capacity as Apple providers are working on a customized battery protection module which is 50 percent smaller and thinner than the same component in previous iPhones. That could be a valuable space on the iPhone.
Rear cameras of iPhone 12 pro
Apple made major changes to the back camera system in the 2019 iPhone lineup with the new three-lens setup of the iPhone 11 series, and 2020 could bring more camera enhancements.
Rumors suggest that Apple will put a 3D flight rear camera with laser power with the iPhone 12 Pro, which will significantly improve increased reality experiences.
A laser flight time camera system employs the time it takes for the laser to bounce objects in a room, using the data to create an accurate 3D image of the surrounding area. This allows for a deeper understanding of objects and allows better fixing of virtual objects, allowing photographs to be deeper.
The camera is said to be able to scan areas up to 15 feet from the device. TrueDepth camera in front of Apple uses similar 3D technology but because it is infrared and not laser-powered, it only works at distances 25 to 50 centimeters.
Sony could be an Apple provider for the new system, and rumors suggest that Apple is in talks with Sony over sensor tests. Apple’s manufacturing partners are getting VCSEL components (Vertical surface cavity emitted lasers) which are ready to use in the camera setup.
To date, rumors suggest that the two new iPhones coming in 2020 will use the new rear camera during flight, so it may not be available in the lower iPhones with a lower price tag.
It has been said that the high-border iPhones 6.1 and 6.7-inch in 2020 are intended to obtain sensor-transfer image stability technology, which could stabilize an image to the ultra-angle lens on these devices.
The sensor change technology allows the optical image stabilization to be applied to the camera sensor, rather than the individual lenses.
TrueDepth Camera System of iPhone 12 pro
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that the front camera lens will be a part of at least one new iPhone in 2020 for an improved bezel screen ratio and as a result a less notch ahead.
An analyst from Credit Suisse has said that Apple will introduce at least one new iPhone with no note or Face ID in 2020, depending on a display fingerprint sensor, although the technology may still be a few years.
Apple’s supplier, AMS, announced a new camera sensor technology that allows the RBG light and IR proximity sensor used for an initial TrueDepth camera system to be embedded under the OLED display. Apple may intend to introduce advanced sensor technology into its iPhones 2020, and this would enable an iPhone to be created with a smaller ID key.
Touch recognition of iPhone 12 pro
While other rumors have not said, Taiwanese Economic Economic News believes that at least one of the iPhones entering 2020 will use an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor made by Qualcomm.
We have heard of ultrasonic fingerprint rumors before, but most rumors have suggested that Apple is focusing on 2021 launch date for technology. Qualcomm at the end of 2019 revealed a 30x20mm smartphone in-display fingerprint sensor that Apple could use.
Barclays analysts also suggested that the models of the iPhone 2020 could use acoustic fingerprint technology, and the Chinese position The Global Times recommended that Apple released an unnecessary phone with a fingerprint sensor under an exhibition aimed at the Chinese market.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple is working on an iPhone with Face ID and a fingerprint sensor on display for launch in 2021 rather than 2020. Kuo’s prediction is based on Apple patents pertaining to fingerprints on demo technology and continued use of the feature in phones.
Other iPhones in the future will include Face ID and fingerprint sensor under an exhibition, according to a 2019 report from Bloomberg. The technology could be introduced as early as 2020, but it may not be ready until 2021.
Connectivity 5G in iPhone 12 pro
In 2020, Apple intends to go back to Qualcomm modem chip instead of Intel chips, using Qualcomm 5G technology in its iPhones. Qualcomm and Apple had previously been promoted in a bitter legal battle, but they managed to resolve their disagreements in April 2019.
All of the expected iPhones in 2019 will use 5G technology, according to Apple’s Ming-Chi Kuo analyst. Qualcomm’s X55 modem chip will be part of the four iPhones.
Release date of iPhone 12 pro
Apple is expected to release Pro models of iPhone 12 and 12 (trial names) in September 2020.