What does the Real iPhone 12 Look Like

Relevant information has flowed out on the market, what does the real iPhone 12 look like? Guo fans are still super curious, especially in recent news that the iPhone 12 will be cheaper than the iPhone 11, and Apple is developing a flexible battery. Does this mean that the iPhone will also enter the ranks of folding phones in the near future?

iPhone SE was launched at the beginning of the year with 3D Touch. It is small in size, light and suitable for one-handed users. In addition, it is equipped with A13 processor. For those fans who originally took the iPhone 8 series or higher-end models, the iPhone SE may not be so attractive. These users may be more interested in the iPhone 12 scheduled to be launched in the second half of the year.

There is news from the supply chain that iPhone 12 will shrink the original battery-related circuits and battery protection film that controls charging, so that the free space can increase the battery volume. If this news comes true, the iPhone 12 may not only become thinner and lighter in the future. The battery capacity can also be increased simultaneously. Recently, news has even pointed out that the iPhone 12 is expected to be cheaper than the iPhone 11 because the screen cost may have room for price reduction. It is expected that the Chinese panel manufacturer BOE will become a screen panel supplier.

In addition, the recent U.S. Patent No. 10,637,017 application is a patent “flexible battery structure” filed by Apple. If this application is approved, it may mean that the iPhone may already be developing a folding screen phone, and it has the opportunity to launch similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The biggest feature of this patented technology is that the battery can be bent and folded, or it may be used in iPhone and iPad in the future to save equipment space.

 

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Relevant information has flowed out on the market, what does the real iPhone 12 look like?

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