It doesn’t seem that long ago that Apple released its iPhone 11 series of phones, yet a stream of leaks is starting to come in for future iPhone models.
Rumours are picking up steam with four different iPhone 12 models expected to range across three different sizes with different price points, referenced in US dollars.
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All new phones are rumoured to come with 5G technology as well as a smaller notch in the screen and the new Apple A14 chipset – that powers the phone.
It’s also tipped that all models will feature a brand new camera system to compete with Google, Samsung and Huawei – who all have standout cameras on their latest flagship phones.
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But information from tech analyst Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech is probably the most exciting change to the iPhone in years.
Prosser reveals that the 2021 model iPhones will be totally portless, which means you won’t need to plug in a cable to charge the device.
The change isn’t exactly unexpected with the European Union pushing new regulations on the market when it comes to universal phone charging. It’s expected that Apple will provide a lightning to USB-C adapter in Europe to get around this regulation, but then will drop the port all together for the 2021 phones.
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This also adds fuel to fire about more chatter about Apple’s ‘AirPower’ product that was announced in September 2017 but was later cancelled in 2019.
It might be finally going to see the light of day with fast wireless charging technology now starting to surface out of Chinese technology companies such as Xiaomi, OPPO and OnePlus.
Closer in time will be Apple’s annual iPhone event which is expected to be delayed a month or two to either October or November where the iPhone 12 will be officially announced.
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