So IPhone 12 Not shown on Apple’s September event. That’s what we were expecting, although some people held their breath for the surprise unveiling. We will now see phones announced at an event in October instead.
Four main devices launched though: The New iPad, This IPad Air 4, This Apple Pal Watch 6 And Apple Pal Watch S.E., With Apple One, A new subscription bundle for Apple Pal apps.
So we’ve got a healthy amount of Apple Pal products to keep going – but can the new products unveiled at the September event really tell us a thing or two about the upcoming iPhone 12? The devices have plenty of new features and some interesting changes that can give us some pointers.
Sure, we’ve been reading here for a while now, but we’ve come up with a list of six speculations about the iPhone 12 based on what we’ve learned about the new iPad and Apple Pal watches, and new subscriptions. Service.
1. Side-mounted fingerprint sensor
The new iPad Air 4 is the first product from Pal that has built Touch ID into side-mounted buttons, instead of holding the front button, such as new iPhones and lower-end tablets, or the new iPhone-like Face ID and iPad Pro.
That change makes sense – everyone wears a face mask these days, and Face ID doesn’t really work with face masks. Apple Pal needs to move on to the physical fingerprint sensor for its new technology.
So could the iPhone 12 have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor? That’s certainly possible – eventually there will be buttons next to the phone, so it won’t introduce any major design changes, and switching from Face ID to Touch ID could enable Apple to reduce the big heights, which need to be bigger. Can hold all Face ID scanners.
Some Android phones, including, use side-mounted fingerprint scanners Moto G5G Plus And Honors 20, And it’s a very convenient way to turn on your phone, so we’ll be glad to see it in the iPhone 12. It at least beats the unreliable Face ID.
2. Sticking with 60 Hz
Rumors were hinting at an iPhone 12 120 Hz screen refresh rate, A big step from previous iPhones that stuck at 60 Hz. 60 Hz has been the standard refresh rate for phones for years, but recent Android devices have pushed it to 90 Hz, 120 Hz and even 144 Hz.
Apple Play only uses high refresh rates in iPad Pro models Dells, which uses automatically changing variable refresh depending on what you’re doing – you can’t change it manually.
While the iPad Air 4 may be the “iPad Pro Lite”, it doesn’t have a variable refresh rate – so Apple Play has decided that people don’t care about the ease of bringing refreshing rates?
Has also been Rumors that suggest Apple could not get the 120 Hz refresh rate created on the moment. Whatever the reason, maybe we’re stuck with 60 Hz for another year.
3. Hello, USB-C
Like the high refresh rate, some rumors pointed out The iPhone 12 has a standard USB-C port Instead of Apple’s proprietary Lightning port – this will allow the phone to charge and transfer data faster than previous iPhones.
The last few generations of the iPad Pro have had USB-C ports, but now the iPad Air One also has one – so it’s clear that Apple doesn’t think the high-speed port is just for business users, and it’s a feature that all Will be appreciated by users.
So hopefully we’ll see that the iPhone 12 will use the USB-C port, and it won’t take a lifetime to charge your iPhone (as it seems).
No. No in-the-charger charger
Whether more controversial issues have been discussed in the iPhone 12 leaks and rumors Will, Or No., Come with an in-charger. The technology will force users to buy their own charger, but it will also reduce e-waste, which will be environmentally friendly.
Well, the Apple Plus Watch has been confirmed not to come with a charging pad – you have to buy your own to charge your smartwatch, or use an existing pad.
Apple Play didn’t tell us that the Watch Play and SE, or anywhere new iPad, would come with chargers in chargers. But a recent interview in which an Apple executive Criticized the inclusion of in-the-chargersCombined with the lack of the V6, it seems probable that the iPhone 12 will not come from anywhere.
5. A14 bionic chipset
This IPhone 11 The A13 was a bionic chipset, and the iPhone 12 will probably have an A14 bionic. The new iPad Air 4 also has this chipset, and the fact that the slate is being launched before the new iPhone is a clever means that we get an early glimpse at this new tech.
This is the first of Apple’s mobile chipsets to be 5nm, much lower than previous processors, and even 30% faster than its predecessor. The iPad Air 4 is set as a snap device, and so is the iPhone 12 by extension.
6. Even more Apple blotware?
Apple Pull smartphones and tablets come with loads of Apple Pull TVs and Apple Pod podcast favorites, pre-installed apps on your device, whether you want to or not – and this situation can get worse as it starts. Apple One.
Apple Pull One combines Apple Pull News, Apple Pull Fitness and more into one large subscription bundle, and, like some of the brand’s other apps, you can be sure that they will encourage you to try, and hopefully bake into Apple Pull devices to buy them. . .
Hopefully this doesn’t happen – we just cross our fingers that Apple will get the message that, if we want to try these services, we’ll download it for ourselves; However, the home page of our iPad proves the fact that this has never happened before.
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