iPhone 12 6.7-inch Rumors will be thinner than iPhone 11 Pro Max:

Will the next generation iPhone to be launched in September have the same case design, but will only the number of cameras on the back be different?

As the Chinese supplier of Apple informs, the new iPhone series launched in September may have the same cabinet design as the iPad Pro, but with a different number of main cameras.

According to the report, released today Macotakara it is also possible that the iPhone with 12 in the queue could have the same case as the iPhone 11, with the only distinguishing factor of camera technologies. This contrasts with the previous report by Ming-Chi Kuo, who stated that the 12-year-old iPhone comes with a case design similar to the iPhone 4 as part of a significant chassis redesign.

In terms of the report’s width, said the 6.7-inch, 12.4.4-mm iPhone, which is substantially thinner than the iPhone’s 8.1-mm design, for 11, Pro and Max. The report also notes that the 6.7-inch and 12-inch iPhone will have a camera system with a larger sensor than the camera on the back of the iPhone, for 11, Pro and Max. ”

Today, the report goes on to say that the 5.4-inch iPhone, the 12 model, will have a height “in the middle, between the iPhone and the iPhone 8”, while the 6.1-inch version, which will be in the middle way between the iPhone, 11, iPhone 11, Pro and Max. The 6.7-inch iPhone, the 12 “is slightly larger than the iPhone, on the 11, Pro-Max” Macotakara says it all.

Today’s report confirms that Kuo’s previous reports said that the 5.4 and 6.1 inch models are equipped with dual camera configurations. Kuo also said that there will be a separate version of the 6.1-inch wide model with a single camera configuration, in addition to a 3D flight time sensor – as is the 6.7-inch model.

Both Macotakara and Kuo provided, it was a harbinger of the arrival of iPhone features and designs from the past. However, this year, Kuo has a heavy was bent over in his report the iPhone 12 will be the iPhone 4-like design.

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