YouTube channel EverythingApplePro recently uploaded a video that spotlights the physical specs and performance elements of the iPhone 12. Looking at leaked schematics, EverythingApplePro created a 3D-printed model of the model to walkthrough key design changes and new features.
As previously reported, the iPhone 12 looks to take on an angular design similar to the shape of Apple’s latest iPad Pro. The sleek form is defined by a flat metal frame and flat display—details for streamlined physical experience. Other notable elements include a smaller notch, a 6.7-inch display (the largest ever for an iPhone), a three-camera set up with a LiDAR scanner at the rear and the addition of a Smart Connector.
Despite the detailed physical render, EverythingApplePro notes that the schematics are rumored to be only 70 percent complete, meaning that some changes are expected for the final release.
Take a look at the physical render of the reported Apple iPhone 12 design above.
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