The publication MyDrivers, citing its own sources, reports that the iPhone 12s will be released this year, and not the iPhone 13, as previously expected.
Here are the main changes to the lineup: Pro versions will receive LTPO displays with a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, a new generation of processors, and a slightly redesigned camera block.
As for regular iPhones 12s, they will get a LiDAR scanner for better portrait mode, low-light focusing and augmented reality apps.
All smartphones of the series will receive reduced “bangs.” The thickness of smartphones will increase by 0.26 mm. It is reported that smartphones will be released in September.