Macotakara, a respected Japanese site reveals 3D printed models of Apple’s four iPhone 12 models.
Macotakara’s revealed images show that iPhone 12 lineups externally does not deviate as far from the iPhone 11 lineup as widely expected.
The models show Apple will stick with the large display notch introduced with the iPhone X, retain the Lightning port and exclude the LiDAR sensor first seen on the new iPad Pro and tipped to be introduced on the iPhone 12 Pros. Hence, iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro Max will have triple cameras in a triangular array.
Macotakara said for 2021 Apple will be replacing the notch with a tiny punch hole for the front camera and hide all other FaceID sensors under the display. Moreover, Apple will be changing the display of the 5.4-inch model to 5.5-inches in the same chassis, and the Lightning port will finally be replaced by USB-C. Also, the new models show spaced reserved for up to five camera modules in the back.
If Macotakara sources are correct, then it is highly anticipated that many potential iPhone 12 owners will postpone their upgrades to 2021, stated Forbes.
Macotakara has previously scooped Apple’s decision to remove the headphone jack in 2016 and has delivered a solid array of exclusives ever since.