iPhone 12 design is like?

Recently, iPhone 12 design drawings have appeared with many new changes compared to the iPhone 11.

While the iPhone 11 has not yet cooled down on the market, iFan and the tech world have a few builds for the design of the iPhone 12. According to PhoneArena, the iPhone 12 version may be based on the design of the iPhone 4 / 4S, 5 / 5S and iPhone SE with stronger edges.

The design of the iPhone began to change from 2014 with the iPhone 6 version to the current iPhone 11, with rounded edges, 2.5D screen surface. However, the previous iPad Pro has a 4-sided square metal frame design, quite similar to the iPhone 4 so many experts predict that Apple will follow this direction when designing for the iPhone 12.

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In this build, it is worth noting the 4-camera system on the back. Camera clusters include normal lenses, telephoto lenses, super wide-angle lenses and depth-of-field cameras. Also 5G technology can be applied on iPhone for the first time.

The notch design is still retained in the iPhone 12 version but is made smaller, more user-friendly. The surrounding edges are no longer as thick as before to increase the display area on the screen. On the back of the device is still using frosted glass, the Apple logo is placed in the middle but no longer the words iPhone.

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Of course, this is only a conjecture of experts about the iPhone 12 design based on rumors of the iPhone 2020 generation. But anyway, users will still have an overview of the design for the upcoming iPhone.

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