Brand new exclusive renders from Apple site svetapple.sk give us our best look yet at what a 5.4-inch iPhone 12 would look like. The renders are based on a compilation of all of the leaks and reports about the new iPhones, which is now less than a few months away.
The biggest design difference between the rumored iPhone 12 and previous iPhone models is the flat edges. Apple is reported to bring back the iconic flat edges from the pre-iPhone 6 days to this year’s lineup. As for the camera module, higher-end iPhone models will feature a LiDAR sensor, however, this render depicting the 5.4-inch variant does not.
We know very little about what color options Apple will provide, but it is possible Apple provides the same colors for the iPhone 11 for the lower-end 5.4-inch iPhone 12. The renders give us a look at what those designs will look like. svetapple.sk says they believe Apple will adjust the shades of the colors if they are borrowed from previous years.
Hopes are high that Apple will introduce a smaller notch in this year’s iPhone. Leaked images and alleged schematics do show a smaller notch, but the extent of its reduced sizes remains unknown. These new renders give us a look at what a smaller notch would look like accompanied with homescreen widgets from iOS 14.
The iPhone 12 is confirmed to be shipping “a few laters than usual,” with Apple leaker Jon Prosser suggesting an early/mid-October launch for the lower-end models followed by the launch of the iPhone 12 Pro devices in November. Much speculation, leaks, and reports have surfaced about these new handsets, these renders are our best look yet at what Apple may have in store.
Checkout more of the renders here.