iPhone 12 Pro Carries the iPhone 4 Design In a Concept

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It was January this year, the iPhone XS and XS Max were only on the market for three months, and the first render of the iPhone 11 was leaked to the public. At that time, it was still too early to speculate on the iPhone, which would only hit the market in nine months, but leaker Benjamin Geskin had, however, predicted that the next generation of iPhones would have a large square “coat of arms” with three cameras – almost identical to the one introduced in Cupertino a week ago.

Now, just days after that iPhone 11 went on sale, the same source is already releasing renders of the model, which should be launched soon. Given Geskin’s past leak results and accuracy of predictions, we need to take him seriously.

The 2020 iPhone, quite possibly called the iPhone 12 (Pro), will rely on its design expression on the Apple tradition of Steve Jobs.

Like the now ancient, but still superbly designed and crafted glass iPhone 4, the iPhone 12 should have a flat glass front and back with rounded corners. The so-called 2.5 D curved glass on the edges and the iPhone will come closer to the design of the iPad Pro.

The sides will be metal again, but flat. The placement of the side buttons, speakers and other accessories should be the same as in the last two iterations, and the redesign is likely to “survive” with a triple camera on a square protrusion like iPhone 11. The majority of changes are expected in the front, where there will no longer be an outdated notch.

Notch, if Geskin’s leak comes true, will disappear. Instead of developing a solution for placing the camera under the screen or popping it up, Apple has opted for engineering efforts that would minimize the front camera and Face ID sensors. If they succeed, they will place them in the top edge (again like the iPad Pro), where they will sink into the frame of the 6.7-inch screen, as seen on the prototype discussed here.

Geskin has molded all of this information into renders and videos that we’re uploading – and when the new iPhone comes out in the fall of 2020, remember where you first saw it.

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