Freshly Leaked Images of iPhone 12 Shows its Design With Small Notch, Redesigned Rear Camera, and Home Screen Widgets

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While Apple is working hard to launch its iPhone 12 at the expected time, the frequency of leaks related to the iPhone 12 is increasing day by day. Today, two new images of the iPhone 12 leaked on social media that show the overall design of the phone revealing some key details.

These images were shared on Twitter via a user Fudge (choco_bit). These images reveal the overall design of the upcoming iPhone 12 from the front as well as the rear using a graphical representation. It looks like these images came out from a tutorial or support documentation.

Out of many things, one of the most notable things is the size of the device’s notch which is around one-third of the notch currently available on iPhones with Face ID. There is also a new camera setup on the back showing a revised lens system.

In the past, we have already learned from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who believes that one of the iPhone 12 models will feature a smaller front camera lens for an improved screen to bezel ratio. This means a smaller notch in comparison to the existing ones. And this is something that is displayed on these images.

Well, the redesigned camera setup on the iPhone 12 started created a gossip point for people about the rumors of a new 3D camera coming to the ‌iPhone 12‌, similar in design to the LiDAR scanner on the new 2020 iPad Pro. However, there is no confirmation on this from the company itself.

iPhone 12 Graphical Representation Leaked Image Front

Apart from this, there are some widgets on the home screen of the device amongst other items. As part of a new feature set coming in ‌iOS 14‌, Apple is also thought to be working on bringing widgets to the ‌iPhone‌ Home screen for the first time.

As for the credibility of these leaks, just like most of the leaks, there is no guarantee that this leak will turn out to be real. So, we advise you to take this leak also as a grain of salt.

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