New Renderings Give a Detailed Look at the iPhone 12 Pro Design
Apple’s latest takes inspiration from the popular iPhone 4 with a new navy blue color.
Earlier this month, Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech reported that Apple plans on releasing two new devices to overtake its current iPhone 11 with both the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max. They’ll become Apple’s first compact bezel-less smartphones upon release. The standard issue model will be joined by the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Today we get a look at a detailed rendering of the design by YouTube account ConceptsiPhone and designer Mauro Battino.
The visual showcases a new aesthetic that takes cues from the popular iPhone 4 model with crisper edges and angles and a smaller notch intruding on the screen. The Pro models will be getting a bit larger as well with the Samsung OLED displays measuring in at 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches respectively. The video also highlights a number of the internal specifications ranging from the triple camera system complete with LiDAR sensors (new technology that advances real-time 3-D environment mapping) the A14 Bionic chip upgrade, iOS 14 and 5G support. The rumored 120Hz ProMotion technology and 10-bit color depth is confirmed in the video too. A new navy blue casing will be up for grabs when the phone releases, replacing the popular Midnight Green that launched with the latest batch of iPhones.
The news follows reports that Apple could be working on a new folding iPhone design to rival recent creations by Samsung. Even with the exciting surrounding Apple’s new flagship phone, people have already started detailing potential iPhone 13 advancements like a rumored four-camera setup.
As expected, the iPhone 12 Pro models will be costly. Prices are said to go from $1000 USD for 128GB, $1100 USD for 256GB, and $1300 USD for 512GB for the iPhone 12 Pro. The iPhone 12 Pro Max will go for $1100 USD for 128GB, $1200 USD for 256GB, and $1400 USD for 512GB. The new phone is slated to release September 2020 but may be pushed back due to production issues resulting from the coronavirus.
Watch the full rendering of Apple’s latest iPhone above. In more tech updates, Google has been providing a $1000 USD to its employees currently working from home.