It's only been a couple of months since the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro went on sale and rumors about their successors begin to arrive strongly. Beyond more or less realistic concepts of the 2020 iPhone, it seems clear that they will have 5G technology and an important redesign.
Now from Barclays, according to MacRumors, we get new information about what we will see in the presumable iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. As you may have known, Apple expand RAM that increase to 6 GB, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have 4 GB in this section. They also expect both models to have 3D rear sensors and 5G support High performance
6 GB of RAM, 5G and 3D rear sensors will be the novelties of the iPhone 12 Pro
The analyst Blayne Curtis de Barclays and his associates recently traveled to Asia to meet with manufacturers that belong to the Apple supply chain, so the information shared about the iPhones of 2020 is based on the information they managed to collect on this trip.
The arrival of a fourth rear sensor to the iPhone 12 with 3D capabilities has already been speculated before, and now Barclays confirms it again. He 5G also seems a key technology in the coming years and the 6 GB of RAM seems like a logical evolution, which could even be related to these new photographic capabilities.
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In addition they have also collected information on the other two iPhone that Apple will launch in 2020: the iPhone SE 2 and the iPhone 12.
- iPhone SE 2. The production apparently starts in February and it is expected that this lower cost iPhone looks like the iPhone 8, has a p4.7-inch screen, a start button with Touch ID, with the fastest A13 Bionic chip and 3 GB of RAM. Probably his presentation will be in March 2020.
- iPhone 12. Apple's base model will maintain 4 GB of RAM, just like the iPhone 11. While they also expect the iPhone 12 to be able to connect to 5G networks.
Barclays has proven to be a fairly reliable source of information so these assessments have to be taken into account, although much remains to be done since until September we will not see the new iPhone 12.