Fall is nearly upon us, which means Apple is gearing up to unveil its newest iPhones. 2020 being what it is, however, it’s far from business as usual over in Cupertino. Apple has already confirmed it will ship its new smartphones later than usual this year and has remained quiet about its next splashy launch event, but that’s not all — we’re also expecting the company to unveil as many as four new iPhones in one shot.
While we wait for the full, official details to emerge, let’s take a look at what we already know about the most unusual iPhone launch in Apple’s history.
Oh boy — a lot, by the looks of things. Some new features, changes, and additions will be specific to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro lines and we’ll dig into those shortly — let’s begin with the updates we expect to appear across the board this year.
For one, Apple is said to be using OLED screens across all versions of the iPhone 12. This shift will be especially noticeable to people coming from devices like the iPhone XR and iPhone 11, which used Apple’s “Liquid Retina” screens. Those were always pretty good by LCD standards, but going forward, people who don’t want to pay for Apple’s most expensive phones should still get some improved image quality.
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