Here's how your next iPhone may look like

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After the launch of the iPhone 11 series, all eyes are now set on the next iPhone which will most likely be called iPhone 12. Interestingly, Apple will continue with the notch design in the next iPhone as well but the phone will look similar to the iPhone 5 or SE from the back.

Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo has already provided descriptions about how the next iPhone might look and PhoneArena has created renders based on information provided by him. Note that these are not the official press renders, however, analysts expect the iPhone to look similar to this.

The top-end variant of the iPhone 12 will most likely feature a 4-lens camera system while the notch on the display will be somewhat thinner. Meanwhile, Apple analyst Dan Ives claims that the Cupertino-based tech giant will launch four new flagship iPhone models in 2020.

Each of these iPhones is said to come with 5G connectivity support. The said handsets are also said to feature a rear 3D-sensing system, and “motion control.” This hasn’t been elaborated further so we will have to wait and see what more comes to light with respect to 2020 iPhones.

Not to forget, Ming Chi-Kuo had also shed information on 5G-enabled iPhones. As per Kuo, Apple will launch three iPhones in 2020 will feature 5G connectivity. Kuo in a note said that says that all three iPhone models will support fast 5G cellular data.

Kuo believes that “the 5G iPhone models will support both mmWave and sub-6GHz bands. What this will do is that it will allow the “iPhone to interoperate well with the 5G cell towers installed across the United States.” Kuo has also claimed that the successor of the iPhone SE is coming in the first half of next year.

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