New iPhone 12 Leak Reveals Specs of All Four iPhone 12 Models


Apple has been preparing to finish its upcoming iPhone 12 to launch it in September this year. However, there is no guarantee that Apple will launch this phone on the time interval which was announced earlier due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. However, the production of parts related to the iPhone 12 is at its maximum speed. 

Last year, we learned from some rumors that Apple could launch four different models of the iPhone 12. And now, a leak reveals the key specs of all these four models of iPhone 12 that will be making its way to the market later this year.

Yesterday, a tweet from Jon Prosser revealed some of the key specs of the upcoming models of iPhone 12. Jon Prosser has been frequently tweeting leaks related to Apple products from the fast few weeks. He has been known for its tips related to Google products in the past. Most of the tips from his tweet turn out to be real making this leak related to iPhone 12 much credible. 

Prosser’s tweet reveals four potential iPhone 12 models ranging in sizes. The smallest model will come with a 5.4-inch display. There will also be a 6.1-inch model, another 6.1-inch “Pro” model, and a 6.7-inch “Pro Max” model. Apple has made some notable changes in the models of the iPhone 12. The Pro and Pro Max models of the iPhone 12 will come with a stainless steel body while the other two will be made of the aluminum body.

As of now, there are no details over the name of the models of the iPhone 12. However, we are assuming them to be the Pro and Pro Max as most of the time Apple uses these names for its iPhone models. Well, there is no guarantee that Apple will still stick with these names or uses a new name for them.

Now coming to the key specs of the phone. According to his tweet, both the Pro and Pro Max will sport a triple camera setup with a LiDAR sensor, while the other two models will come with a dual-lens setup without LiDAR. Every model of the iPhone 12 will be powered by Apple’s A14 chipset and will also support 5G.

Well, this is the only detail that Prosser has shared with us via his tweet. Still, these specs are not confirmed by the company itself. So, there is no guarantee that these specs will turn out to be real on the final product. But still, looking at the previous record of Apple, these specs are quite promising. 

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