iPhone 12 design rumors: The iPhone could be smaller, in 2020 – CNET

iPhone 12 design rumors: The iPhone could be smaller, in 2020 – CNET



Apple might change up the design of the iPhone 12 in 2020, and surprised us with a new, yet familiar look. We rounded all of the rumors about the next iPhone design and features, including a four-camera-array. This week, Apple Core roundup, we check on the latest rumors about Apple’s AR glasses, and find out why the Apple TV Plus is making waves.

What will the iPhone look like in the year 2020?

iPhone 11 old news in the world of Apple leaks and rumors, so it’s time to speculate about what we see on the iPhone of 2020.

Let us review some of the basics about what we expected from the rumors so far: 5G-support, 120-Hz refresh rate, a time-of-flight camera and a new design. Longtime Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also said that Apple reduce the size of the image of the 2020-version of the iPhone 11 Pro. Instead of the 5.8-inch screen, now it has 5.4 inches would be.

PhoneArena many of the rumours in some of the fascinating power, which show that the site concept, which may look the iPhone 12.


you render, which could look like the iPhone 12.

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you will notice the rounded corners, which we know from today’s iPhones are all but gone. Instead, the design may look like the iPhone 4 and 5 from the past few years. These flat edges and sharper lines that harken back to the older Designs. It would be no surprise if Apple decides to go back to this aesthetic, especially in view of the redesigned iPad Pro by 2018.

it was After the move to the three-camera array on this year ‘ s iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Per Max, Apple can add a time-of-flight-camera. Some other phones like the Galaxy Note 10 Plus to have this camera to capture depth information. This might/a number of things, such as helping with AR mapping, but it could also mean that we finally have the option of portrait mode in the video.

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Another one from phone Arena.

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But, this makes the show a four-camera-array with all lenses (including the time-of-flight camera) is the same size. It seems likely that this fourth camera would be smaller, given the examples that we have seen from other phone manufacturers such as Huawei P30 Per.

Apple + valve = AR glasses

We first reported that Apple was working on some kind of AR headset or glasses again in 2018. 

Originally it was thought the glasses 8K would have displays and be able to work in both AR and VR, due to no external sensors required for tracking and positioning. But other rumors advance that the glasses would be connected more closely to the iPhone to overlay it with the brain, texts, games, maps, and more on your field of view.

A few weeks ago, we heard rumors that Apple would bring a partner with another company, the technology on the market. This week DigiTimes via MacRumors reported that Apple, in partnership with the games developer Valve.

Valve already has a VR headset of their own called Index that came out earlier this year. To bring Apple and Valve have worked together, previously, VR-support for MacOS High Sierra in the year 2017.

The market for smart glasses and headsets grows. Analyst firm CCS Insights predicted that 75 million VR-and AR-send devices, in the year 2023.

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” Apple TV-Plus starts with a few surprises

Apple TV Plus. came in last week on many different platforms, including iOS, Apple TV, the web, and even some of the fire TV and Roku devices. While it can’t with Netflix, Prime, Hulu, and of course, Disney-Plus for the catalog, there may be some other tricks up its sleeve. For starters, it is free for the first year, if you bought a qualifying Apple device.

Shows on the Apple TV Plus the highest quality of streaming service in 4K, according to a forum post, 9to5Mac reported. Shows to See how the average of 29Mbps and reached at 41Mbps when streaming via Apple TV 4K box.

Apple TV Plus automatically takes care of the streaming quality depending on the bandwidth, but unlike Netflix, for example, there is no way to manually choose your streaming rate for now.

Published mon, 09 Nov 2019 11:30:01 +0000

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