With the iPhone 11 now launched, Apple and iPhone lovers are now looking forward to the release of 2020 iPhones. While it is unclear what Apple will be naming them, a new concept envisions next year’s iPhone 12 with a smaller notch, a quad-camera system at the rear, an A14 Bionic chip, a series of new colors, and more.
With the iPhone 11 launch now behind us, the rumor mill is going to focus on Apple’s 2020 iPhones which might be called iPhone 12. Creator Mauro Battino has envisioned the iPhone 12 with some crazy features like a full-screen display, 90Hz refresh rate, and even a headphone jack!
Last week, we saw an iPhone 11 concept with a horizontal camera setup at the rear. Building on that same concept, ConceptsiPhone is now out with an iPhone 11 concept envisioned by Bassam Nasser that further builds on the same design language.
Leaked renders have already given us a look at how the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max will look like. From a design viewpoint, they are not really going to stand out, with the camera bump at the rear actually increasing in width due to the introduction of a third new ultra-wide angle lens.
Apple has not really been on a roll with recent iPhone hardware design languages. While the iPhone X did mark a major revamp for the iPhone hardware design language, Apple’s hardware design team is simply not as innovative as before. Sadly, this only leaves us with concept trailers to drool over.
Earlier this week, Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Fold — the company’s first foldable smartphone.
Word on the street is that iOS 13 will adopt a system wide dark mode, which is one of the most oft-requested features to date.
The rumor mill is starting to really dig into the idea that Apple is going to introduce an iPhone in 2019 that features three rear cameras.
The leaked iPhone XI renders have left many people disappointed. While it is exciting that Apple is switching to a triple camera setup for its 2019 iPhone, the camera setup looks a bit odd. Well, there’s still hope for the 2020 iPhone and we hope Apple takes some inspiration from this crazy iPhone X2 concept which takes design cues from the original iPhone.