Recently, foreign media released a set of iPhone 12 concept smudge maps. In this set of concept renderings, the iPhone 12 uses a rear three-lens design. At the same time, Notch design was cut off.
The front of the iPhone 12 is a full-screen design, while the left and right sides of the iPhone 12’s screen are designed with a curved screen. The front camera is designed to be on the top of the screen, and the iPhone 12 no longer retains the design look of Notch. At present, the number of front cameras of the iPhone 12 is two, and the earpiece is designed under the front dual camera. Although this design is rather weird, at present it is acceptable to ensure the integrity of the screen.
In addition to the operation of a power switch on the top of the iPhone 12, the body uses a double-curved screen design, so the buttons on the left and right sides of the fuselage are not, but the screen sliding touch operation is adopted. For example, the volume button operation of the iPhone 12 is designed on the left side of the screen, and the volume of the iPhone 12 is adjusted by sliding left and right. At present, the design of sliding control on the curved screen part is still very rare, and the design of the iPhone 12 is still very much expected.
The rear camera of the iPhone 12 uses a three-lens design, but it is very interesting that the rear three lenses of the iPhone 12 are arranged in a top-and-bottom arrangement. The flashing lights are designed at the top of the rear camera, while Apple’s The classic logo is designed at the bottom of the rear camera. It has been rumored that the rear camera of the iPhone 11 is designed with a Yuba shape, but at present, the three cameras of the iPhone 12 are actually more beautiful. At the same time, multiple cameras can greatly enhance the camera’s camera capabilities, including a variety of camera usage methods.
Do you like the design of the iPhone 12 concept rendering? If the iPhone 12 is equipped with a rear three camera, and the design of the body surface screen is really on sale, will you support and buy it?