Size matters to a great extent, keeping this in mind, Apple has planned to release its biggest iPhone even in the following year.
A new report suggested that the California-based tech giant will introduce three flagship phones at its hardware event in Autumn. The information was leaked from unknown sources, and it is possible that the prediction won’t be wrong.
But the changes in size would be major. Currently, Apple iPhone screen size options are limited to-
- iPhone 11: 6.1 inches
- iPhone 11 Pro: 5.8 inches
- iPhone 11 Pro Max: 6.5 inches
According to sources, the smallest iPhone 12 will be featured with 5.4 inches display, the medium one will remain the same at 6.1 inches, and the bigger of them all will be even big at 6.7 inches - which is just an inch smaller than iPad Mini.
The trend for years has been for Apple iPhone to get bigger in size, in order to compete with Android phones.
Apple is likely to be regulating the urge. In addition to thankfully re-design its size with the flagship 5.4 inches variant, the company may have even a smaller offering in the works. That is expected to be unveiled in early 2020, murmured to be a new take on the much-awaited iPhone SE. It would be designed with 4.7 inches screen and would cost $399.
The news report further suggests that all three variants of the iPhone will be featured with an OLED screen and one of them will be paired with a chip, which can connect to 5G networks. Earlier, Apple has forecast powerhouse Ming-Chi Kuo has stated that all of the 2020 iPhones will have 5G connectivity.