With its flat edges, Apple’s iPhone 12 (from £799) takes its design cues from the iPad Pro – or, if you’re getting on a bit, the iPhone 4. It’s thinner, smaller and lighter than its predecessor, but packed full of cutting-edge tech. The 6.1in Super Retina XDR display ramps up the resolution to a pin-sharp 2532×1170. There’s 5G for speed, and an A14 Bionic for a different kind of speed, Apple claiming its new chip trounces the competition and even delivers ‘console quality’ gaming performance. There’s new screen tech for improved drop safety (although, er, still don’t drop yours), better cameras that employ a seven-element lens and have a vastly improved night mode, MagSafe to snap on magnetic chargers and accessories, and a smaller iPhone 12 mini for 100 bucks less. Is there anything this new iPhone doesn’t have? Yes: a power adapter and a charger, because Apple’s gone greener and taken those out of the box.
If Apple stays true to form, the iPhone 14 is expected to be unveiled this September, with up to four models expected with different specs and price points. Can’t wait to see what the Cupertino-based company has in store for us later this year? A new report from the Omdia analyst firm (H/T BGR) claims […]
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