Now that the super-cheap 2020 iPhone SE is finally out Apple fans can turn all their anticipations to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro launch this fall.
There has been no shortage of video concept videos imagining what Apple’s first 5G handset will look like, but the latest mockup created by Technizo Concept might be the most accurate depiction of the iPhone 12 Pro we’ve seen yet.
Look at that sleek new industrial body:
Technizo Concept’s concept checks off most of the boxes for the latest rumors. The iPhone 12 Pro frame is expected to be more edgy and industrial, kind of like the iPhone 4 design. Apple is also expected to add a new LiDAR sensor to the back camera array.
Bloomberg reported earlier this week that the two higher-end iPhone 12 models won’t have a notch. The screen will also be flat, instead of sloped at the edges like on the latest iPhones. Apple will also supposedly introduce a new midnight blue color option.
The 2020 iPhones are allegedly still on track to be unveiled in the fall despite production problems related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Apple unveiled the 2020 iPhone SE on Wednesday, April 15. The device costs just $399 and packs an A13 processor, Portrait Mode camera on the back, wireless charging, WiFi 6, Gigabit LTE and Touch ID.