A fresh Twitter leak is showing off the iPhone 128217;s design, complete with a new, smaller notch.
Twitter leakers Jon Prosser and @choco_bit revealed a diagram of the latest iPhone design, showing off four lenses on the rear of the handset and a small notch on the front.
Notches are a longstanding bug-bear for iPhone and Android enthusiasts, as they cut into the phone8217;s display and impact the phone8217;s aesthetics. These new images suggest that Apple is doing its bit to cut down on notches, though it8217;s still a lot larger than many Android competitors.
There8217;s also a glimpse at some mock-widgets being displayed on-screen, giving us an idea of the scale of the phone and a hint of what is possibly to come in iOS 14.
So, what else do we know about the phone? Well, we8217;re expecting the iPhone 12 to land later this year, possibly much later, due to the on-going Covid-19 crisis. There is also a chance of an iPhone SE 2 landing later this year, but we suspect the designs above are regarding the iPhone 12, not the SE 2.
Our best pre-virus estimate was that the iPhone 12 would land in September. However, that release schedule may now be in jeopardy due to the coronavirus outbreak.
However, even hoping for a 2020 release date could be ambitious – it has been reported that due to travel restrictions between the US to China, work on the iPhone 12 could be negatively impacted; some outlets even report that the handset could be delayed until 2021. We’ll keep a close eye on this situation to see how it develops over the following months.
Another earlier Twitter leak, from Max Weinback, suggested another key aesthetic change for the iPhone 12 – it could be available in navy blue. Take a look at his render above.
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