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New iPhone 12 leaks claim to reveal screen sizes, dimensions, and a cool new color

Even though we've been tracking iPhone 12 gossip since way before the iPhone 11 family was officially unveiled, Apple is making it harder than ever to know exactly what's in the pipeline, which might be why we've seen so many conflicting reports of late on the number of new models being prepared, their general design language, camera upgrades, biometric recognition technology, and various other key specs and features.

The latest speculation comes from Macotakara, a Japanese publication with a mixed track record in terms of revealing things about unreleased iPhones and iPads. Unnamed sources inside the Chinese supply chain claim to know pretty much everything about the overall dimensions and screen sizes of at least three iPhone 12 versions scheduled for a commercial release during the fall of 2020, which is... probably not true.

But assuming these insiders do have a crystal ball showing them precisely how the iPhone 12 lineup compares to some of its predecessors, here are a few of the biggest revelations included in today's report:

No dramatic redesign but the sizes and cameras will be different

By far the most interesting (not to mention surprising) detail freshly rumored here is a "casing design" that the iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 families could ultimately "share." That's certainly not what so many other reports from more or less trustworthy sources suggested these last few months. It's also not what we expected after an iPhone 11 lineup that so closely resembled the iPhone XR/XS/XS Max trio of 2018.

But at least everyone can agree the camera arrangements will be revised to include a higher number of imaging sensors for yet another major boost in performance and versatility. We're most likely talking about two main variants with two shooters slapped on their backs and a jumbo-sized model with at least three rear-facing cameras.


The largest version, which we assume will be dubbed the iPhone 12 Pro Max, could also feature a fourth imaging sensor capable of various AR tricks enabled by 3D Time-of-Flight technology. This giant is tipped to sport a 6.7-inch display and unsurprisingly stand a little taller overall than the 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max. What's definitely nice to hear is that the iPhone 12 Pro Max could be thinner than its forerunner too, at 7.4mm vs 8.1mm. Let's just hope the battery life will go unharmed. 

Meanwhile, the smallest iPhone 12 model might come with a very compact (especially by 2020 high-end standards) 5.4-inch OLED screen, squeezing somewhere between the 4-inch iPhone SE and 4.7-inch iPhone 8 in terms of overall height. A 6.1-inch iPhone 12 could be taller than the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro but shorter than the 6.1-inch iPhone 11, with two rear-facing shooters in tow. 

Finally, there may be another 6.1-inch variant in the works with the same quad camera setup including a ToF sensor as the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max. And if that's not confusing enough, keep in mind that Apple is also expected to unveil an iPhone 9 this spring with a very similar design as the iPhone 8 and possibly an iPhone 9 Plus in the fall as well. For what it's worth, that 5.4-inch "iPhone 9 Plus" sure sounds similar to the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 variant rumored today, so there's a good chance that's one and the same device.

Behold the iPhone 12 Pro in a new eye-catching color

After pretty much spoiling every surprise Samsung had in store for the Galaxy S20 announcement event next month, Max Weinbach over on Twitter just joined forces with EverythingApplePro on YouTube to reveal a cool new paint job for the iPhone 12 Pro (and presumably, other iPhone 12 variants as well).

According to Weinbach, Apple could ditch the Midnight Green hue introduced with the iPhone 11 family to make room for an arguably cooler Navy Blue color. Of course, it's a little too early to take such a small but important aesthetic detail for granted, so you should definitely keep your skeptical hat on for both the rumor itself and concept renders showcasing how a boxy iPhone 12 Pro (that Macotakara says isn't happening after all) might look in Navy Blue attire.



49. MartyvH

Posts: 29; Member since: Apr 01, 2013

I love iPhone but it's gotta look better than this and find a way to reduce the notch yesterday. Samsung and OnePlus have the looks to beat. They are THE benchmark.

28. OneLove123

Posts: 1347; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

Damn. Same design again.

36. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

Apple could have simply kept the original design of the iPhone and just made it bigger. If you want iOS you have zero choice but to buy what they offer, as with any OEM. If it ain't broke, why fix it; as their fans say. They have no choice but to buy it. No matter how ugly the device may be.

25. aegislash

Posts: 1542; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

That blue is hot. I'll take a 12 Pro Max in that color please.

24. Joosty

Posts: 497; Member since: Mar 14, 2013

What if they just added another sensor on the rear and improved the screen quality. Would this be justifiable? And then 2021 with an all new design...lol. Ouch.

23. redmd

Posts: 1970; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

I hope Apple will make an innovative use of that 6.7 inch screen.

22. Guseingulievi

Posts: 21; Member since: Feb 28, 2019

The dimensions of the iPhone X, XC and 11 Pro are perfect.

19. Vancetastic

Posts: 1979; Member since: May 17, 2017

New colors! Notch. No sale, for me anyway. Hopefully, this isn't true.

18. JMartin22

Posts: 2429; Member since: Apr 30, 2013

I don’t care if the notch stays, as long as it’s slimmed down a bit. I just wish they would thin the side, top and bottom bezels a tad bit more.

10. maestrotelefono

Posts: 23; Member since: Sep 30, 2019

A phone with notch in 2020???? WTF?

9. splus

Posts: 174; Member since: Nov 26, 2011

notchPhone 12. It's getting too much for too long...


Posts: 217; Member since: Aug 07, 2018

don't sorry apple sheep will still buy them anyway. cannot wait for my 6s die soon and move to Samsung punch hole display

8. midan

Posts: 3300; Member since: Oct 09, 2017

Why wouldn't Apple users and all the other people buy such an amazing phone?

35. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

Well if you want iOS, you have zero choice for any other option. So you have no choice but to buy. And if you own other Apple products, and they all don't work well with other products, then you're locked in unless you wanna stay over. Not everyone is buying because they want too. Most of them kinda have too.

37. midan

Posts: 3300; Member since: Oct 09, 2017

"Not everyone is buying because they want too. Most of them kinda have too." Kind a agree, outside iOS there really isn't anything what i'm Interested spending money so iPhone kind a is only real option. Too bad WP died because that would have been another possible choice, but now people are "forced" to buy iPhone. Luckily iPhone is so good that i don't feel bad that It's only real option.

40. Vokilam

Posts: 1503; Member since: Mar 15, 2018

I see what you did there. True though.

26. thxultra

Posts: 494; Member since: Oct 16, 2014

If you keep your phone that long you may want to reconsider Samsung. Your 6s still runs the current version of IOS, tell me again what version of Android the Samsung is on from that same year :) Reason people are loyal to Apple. I'm saying this and I have a Android phone (Pixel 4)...

31. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

Even with the 6S running the latest iOS version, it still does less than the Galaxy S6. No one cares about pointless version numbers. It is about what a device does. It doesn't matter if an older iPhone gets a newer firmware, if the phone still has the exact same features. Just like Android phone. I have a Note 9. It now has Android 10. But featurewise, it is inherently identical to the previous software with only a few subtle changes.

38. mackan84

Posts: 724; Member since: Feb 13, 2014

I think a iOS version kinda forces developers to make their apps compatible with older devices. Fortnite works with iPhone 6S and not Galaxy S6 for instance.

6. ijuanp03

Posts: 730; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

Renders do not look authentic unlike the ones released by onleaks or ev

34. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

Well, it's a fan render so of course it doesn't look authentic. How can it when no one knows yet what the phone will look like?!

2. AnTuTu

Posts: 1627; Member since: Oct 14, 2012

I don't think they'd be able to get rid of their notch this year.

33. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

Or ever!

1. cmdacos

Posts: 4429; Member since: Nov 01, 2016

Sweet unibrow. Welcome to 2017

21. gadgetpower

Posts: 354; Member since: Aug 23, 2019

2017 look but profit is 2050 of an android company

27. Derekjeter

Posts: 1581; Member since: Oct 27, 2011

Only morons would be happy to put up thousands for 2017 tech, in 2020.

30. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

I see you are so good at calling balls and strikes. ;-)

32. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

All of them make more money than any of us ever will. I don't understand how being ripped off for 2/3 year old tech, is something to be happy about. You rather pay $1000+ for 3 year old tech, vs paying $500 for a phone that has recent tech? That is really funny!

41. ijuanp03

Posts: 730; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

And what does it have to do with YOUR money?

29. cevon3239

Posts: 259; Member since: Jan 01, 2020

The notch now has a squint.

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