Apple’s Next iPhone May Come With Flat Sides And Smaller Notch


Apple’s upcoming iPhone smartphones may look more like the classic iPhone 5 than the current iPhone 11 Pro, says a new report from Bloomberg. According to the report, the upcoming iPhone (most probably iPhone 12) will have flat steel edges rather than curved ones and with a smaller notch display. In simple words, the new iPhones can be a smaller version of the current iPad Pro with smaller bezels. 

This latest report claims that the next iPhone models would look similar to iPhone 5 with glass at its backside. The report suggests that there will be two iPhone Pro models with three cameras on the back and that they will feature the new iPad Pro’s LIDAR 3D-scanning system. However, it’s still not clear whether this 3D-scanning system will be one of the existing triple rear camera or a new one.

The report claims that the top model of iPhone Pro will feature a “slightly larger” screen than the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s 6.5-inch panel. Also, the Face ID notch will “likely” be reduced in size. Earlier, Ming-chi Kuo also predicted that the upcoming iPhone Pro models will range from  5.4 inches and 6.7 inches display.

In addition to that, Bloomberg also says to expect a smaller, cheaper HomePod speaker as early as this year. This will feature a similar design as that of the current HomePod but will be reduced by half in the size. Apple is reportedly planning a second-quarter release.

At last, the publication says to expect new versions of the MacBook Pro, Apple TV, iMac, and entry-model iPad. However, it doesn’t reveal any details associated with that. Normally, Apple launches new iPhones and other devices in September, but with the ongoing global pandemic which is affecting the supply change, that could change this year.

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