Taking a closer look at the iPhone 12 series model with a new screen design and size || What iPhone 12 looks like? || The new iPhone 12 screen size || how many inch is iPhone 12 pro? ||About iPhone 12 Series

Before a new iPhone is officially launched, we often saw models created based on leaked drawings and specifications, models designed so that case makers could create the product first when the machine released.

Macrumors has taken the model of the iPhone 12 series, which gives us a close look at the design of the device and the various size options.

According to what happened in previous years, models like this are very similar to the official design. The iPhone 12 model also coincides with rumors over the years, so we can expect this design to appear when the iPhone 12 launches.

Apple is expected to launch four iPhone 12 models, which includes a 5.4-inch iPhone 12 version, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 version, a 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and an iPhone 12 Pro Max 6.7.

All iPhone 12 versions have the same design as the iPhone 4 and newer iPad Pro, with a flat frame, a glass back. However, Macrumors models also show the same thing.

The 5.4-inch iPhone will be the smallest iPhone since the iPhone SE launched, it's even smaller than the 2020 iPhone SE (4.7 inches), despite having a larger screen.
iPhone SE in 2020 (left) and 5.4-inch iPhone 12 iPhone SE, iPhone models 12, 2020 iPhone SE

The 6.7-inch version is Apple's largest screen ever, and when placed next to the 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max you'll notice the difference.

iPhone 11 Pro Max vs iPhone 12 Pro Max model
Two versions of 5.4 and 6.1 inches are expected to have dual cameras, two more advanced versions have 3 cameras. There are also rumors that Apple will equip LiDAR camera as on iPad Pro for iPhone 12 Pro, but we do not see this detail on the model. Apple is also expected to make the notch smaller, and this does not appear on the model.

IPhone 12 and iPad Pro models
As mentioned above, this model is for case makers to know the size and pre-production of components, they only focus on the overall size, details like the number of rear cameras and the size. Also, the size of the front camera doesn't matter, as long as the overall is correct. Therefore, it is not possible to determine whether the two rumors are true or false based on a model.

Another notable design change is the new cut under the power button on some models, arguably necessary for the device's 5G antenna. All 2020 iPhones are expected to support 5G.



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