We’ve got the sauce on what Apple's cooking up with their 2020 iPhone range
After months of speculation and a series of setbacks which forced Apple to delay their traditional September iPhone launch. Apple is now on the cusp of announcing the iPhone 12, with a special event set to take place virtually on October 14.
For the eager beavers who want to catch the action, you can live stream the event through Apple’s website on Wednesday October 14 at 6:30am (AEST).
As is always the case, there’s been tons of rumours circulating over the past twelve plus months and it’s widely expected the iPhone 12 will be the first iPhone to include 5G connectivity.
Outside of 5G, Apple’s 2020 iPhone range is set to feature some of the more substantial design changes we've seen from Apple for awhile, with this year’s iPhone opting for a flat edge design reminiscent of the iPhone 4.
With under a week to go until we will see the new iPhones in all their glory, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know ahead of its release.
At a glance: rumoured iPhone 12 features
- Four models (iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro & iPhone 12 Pro Max)
- Refreshed phone design - flat edges are back!
- 5G connectivity
- Triple-lens 3D camera
- Full OLED displays
- A14 Bionic Chip
Four Models, Three Sizes
The majority of rumours and leaks over the past year have all pointed to the notion that we will see four iPhone 12 models announced by Apple on October 14.
The ‘smallest’ being the rumoured iPhone 12 Mini at 5.4”, followed by the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro at 6.1” and the mammoth iPhone 12 Pro Max, which could come in at a whopping 6.7”
For size reference, the iPhone 11 was 6.1”, iPhone 11 Pro 5.8” and the iPhone 11 Pro Max 6.5”