Apple iPhone 12 could feature all-screen, no notch

iPhone Without A Notch? It Could Happen In 2020, Says Report

Apple iPhone 12 could feature all-screen, no notch

According to the Digitimes report, Apple is planning to launch two new smartphones under the iPhone SE 2 moniker in 2020.

Apple's additionally plans to launch a brand new, dearer vary of telephones, reportedly referred to as the iPhone 12, as quickly as September this yr.

As for the iPhones, Apple would reproduce the diagram of 2019 with an iPhone 12, 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max of 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches respectively.

A Digitimes report claims that Apple is working not only on one but on two different models to replace the iPhone SE, which may be called the iPhone 9.

Regarding the other four, recent reports have suggested that Apple will release four OLED iPhone models this year.

Having said that, it would make sense for Apple to offer a larger iPhone SE 2. Touch ID will continue to be offered - therefore no Face ID and a notch for now, and Apple will install just a single camera on the back to reduce costs.

Although the iPhone SE 2 label is widely used as a shorthand for the replacement entry-level iPhone that is expected to be launched this year, we do not expect it to look similar to the plate-side compact iPhone SE.

At times it's felt a little like wishful thinking, with people simply hoping that the iPhone SE 2 is around the corner.

A new report about the Touch ID reader being integrated into the display and Face ID being dropped altogether was cited in a presentation by Credit Suisse spotted by China Times. However, the patent sketches show a power button, volume keys, and a notification switch that goes very well with the iPhone design.

There will also be three 4G models - the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 4G, the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 Pro 4G and the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro Plus 4G. So in many ways, the "iPhone 9" will actually address the same core problem that Apple had when it released the original iPhone SE - the need to provide an iPhone with current specs to those users who find themselves more comfortable with an established and traditional design.

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