Apple recently launched the iPhone 11 series but there was nothing new in except the triple camera. While the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max are all good in their own terms, users are eagerly waiting for the 2020 iPhone 12 which will come out next year. Although, the first look for the iPhone 12 has been leaked and it looks amazing.
The design concept for the upcoming Apple iPhone 12 has been created by Ben Geskin who says that it will be exactly based on the rumors surrounding it. The top-notch in the 2020 iPhone will be finally removed and the Face ID and the front camera will be housed in the bezel. Here is the iPhone 12 first look description and details about the new features Apple will introduce.
Apple iPhone 12 First Look
Here's how Apple’s 2020 iPhones with the new 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch display sizes could look like pic.twitter.com/doGiGwSkAk
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) September 29, 2019
Apple fans have been waiting for the reduction in top-notch since the release of iPhone X in 2017. But the newly launched iPhone 11 focuses more on its camera features. In fact, the newer iPhones are getting bigger and bigger while people want a more compact phone.
It is why Apple’s 2020 iPhone 12 would come in 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch display sizes. The main aim is to remove the top-notch and give it an all-new form factor design. While many of the users have refused to accept it, there is no way to confirm it until Apple releases something on their official page or website.
New Features in 2020 iPhone 12
Apple iPhone 12 which would release in 2020 is said to include a lot of new features. While the iPhone 11 was primarily designed for camera loves, the next iPhone will have increased functionality and call to the older users. There will be a lot of revolutionary new features such as reverse wireless charging, through which one iPhone could charge other iPhones.
It is also rumored that the 2020 Apple iPhone will bring back the Apple Touch ID. Apple iPhone 12 will include an in-display touch sensor as an extra level of security along with the Face ID sensors.