Through the information revealed about iPhone 12, users can expect to support 5G in each version, or the fingerprint sensor function under the screen.
Currently the information revealed about iPhone 12 has appeared quite a lot. iPhone 12 is expected to have four versions: iPhone 12 5.4-inch screen size, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Max, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro, and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The most advanced models such as iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are expected to push the screen scanning speed to 120Hz and have 3 rear cameras plus LiDAR sensor technology.
Predictive models for the iPhone 12 also show that the new design seems to return to the flat edges of the iPhone 5, making the phone look square and sturdy.
Of course, the developments over the years have been inherited, such as full screen displays, and the black portion that makes up the “rabbit ears” is also expected to shrink.
Besides, the iPhone 12 is also forecasting very interesting new things.
iPhone 12 supports 5G
It is very important that all new iPhone 12 devices are forecast to support 5G connectivity. A report from Nikkei states that all iPhone 12 models will ship with support for 5G networks, but the type of 5G network may vary by model.
Accordingly, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max may not support 5G using ultra-high millimeter (mmWave) waves (over 30GHz), the technology that provides the fastest transmission speed. Instead, these more affordable iPhone 12 devices will only support 5G frequencies below 6 GHz (sub-6GHz).
5G in this lower band of 6GHz provides a longer range but data rates are slower than mmWave. iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are expected to provide both mmWave and sub-6, giving users the best.
Does iPhone 12 have an in-screen fingerprint sensor?
At least one model in the iPhone 12 series is expected to have an in-display fingerprint sensor, bringing Touch ID back into a new way.
So where will the fingerprint sensor be located? Information on MacRumors says Apple will allow fingerprint recognition anywhere on the screen.
Of course there is also a possibility that it will not take until 2021 to have an in-screen fingerprint sensor, according to expert Ming-Chi Kuo.
iPhone 12 using USB-C port?
Apple has equipped the iPhone series with proprietary Lightning data ports since the iPhone 5. However, it may be different now. The latest version of iPad Pro has switched to USB-C port like most new generation mobile devices in the world today.
It is worth noting that the European Union recently voted by requiring phone manufacturers to use a single communication port standard, USB-C, to increase user convenience and avoid distractions. charge.
Apple is against the verdict, but there will not be many options to respond to, just when. Based on the scheduled schedule, it is likely that Apple will not have to switch to USB-C until the iPhone 13 in 2021.
But actually, in the future, Apple may even completely abandon physical ports. This prediction comes from Jon Prosser and several other gossip experts.