Just two months ago, Apple unveiled its latest generation of iPhones namely iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Now, technology insiders are revealing that Apple's iPhone 11 successor iPhone 12, which is expected to be launched in September 2020, may sport a 6 GB RAM.
With over 10 months left for iPhone lovers to catch the first glimpse of iPhone 12, Barclays analyst Curtis is of the view that Apple may launch three new smartphones with features like Wave 5G support, news portal and iMore and others.
On the camera front, iPhone 12 may sport a 3D sensing cameras for photography enthusiast with a host of AI (Artificial Intelligence) capabilities.
The new iPhones will have Apple's A13 chip to add up to its performance. iPhone 12 pricing may start from $399.
In some other details of next year’s iPhone launch, it is being expected that Apple is planning a major redesign for its smartphone lineup.
If a new report turns true then one of the changes will involve switching to a new metal frame structure. This metal structure will reportedly be reminiscent of the metal body seen with the iPhone 4.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, writes in a new research note that Apple will use a new metal structure next year. In the research note for TF International Securities seen by MacRumors, Kuo says Apple will change its flagship iPhone design “significantly” next year. It adds that the design will feature a new metal frame with “a more complex segmentation design, new trenching and injection molding procedures, and sapphire or glass cover assembly to protect the trench injection molding structure.”
The switch back to this architecture will mean Apple going back to one of Jony Ive’s iconic iPhone designs. The iPhone 4 introduced the concept of exposed square-edged aluminium casing sandwiched with a glass back. The design soon became a new normal among smartphone makers. The change in metallic structure alone does not mean some radical changes are on the cards for 2020.