There has been plenty of news regarding Apple and devices recently, and yet again, we have some more. This time around it’s the iPhone 12’s turn to get dissected, with new leaks now offering up a physical render of the upcoming Apple flagship model.
Thanks to the popular Apple-focused YouTube channel, EverythingApplePro, we now have a video of the iPhone 12’s physical dimensions and details being represented through a 3D printing. Consequently, we don’t really have any information regarding the insides, but what we do know are the key design changes.
The iPhone 12 looks to refresh the frame of the renowned device line by utilising an angular design similar to the shape of Apple’s latest iPad Pro. The new construction is defined by a flat metal frame while a smaller notch sits above it and a 6.7-inch display makes up the face. The largest iPhone display ever is then followed up with a three-camera set up, featuring a LiDAR scanner at the rear and the addition of a Smart Connector.
Like mentioned in the video, this is said to be only 70% complete, as for what that means, I guess we will have to see. Take a look at the physical render of the reported Apple iPhone 12 design below. If you want to be the first to know about any developments then make sure you sign up to our newsletter.