Apple officially unveiled its new phone, iPhone 12, where the iPhone 12 keeps the screen size of 6.1 inches and comes with an OLED screen, and it comes in a new design that is very similar to the iPad Air, with square edges instead of the rounded edges that we have seen on iPhones for several years now. .While the screen size is the same, Apple says the iPhone 12 is smaller than 11 in all respects; It’s thinner, with smaller screen edges and slightly less overall weight, thanks in part to the OLED screen, which takes up less space. It also greatly improves the screen resolution on iPhone 11.
In a big signal towards future scrutiny, the iPhone 12 will include 5G connectivity, a first for an iPhone, and the iPhone 12 will also work with mmWave 5G networks – currently the only 5G network used by Verizon, the largest US telecom company.
Unsurprisingly, the iPhone 12 is powered by the Apple A14 Bionic chip that was announced last month with the latest iPad Air, which is similar to the A12 and A13 before it in that it combines six CPU cores (two high-performance and four less power for better energy efficiency) and four GPU cores, but for the first time, the A14 is built on a 5nm manufacturing process, which basically means it’s packed more densely with transistors.
The iPhone 12 will come in black, white, blue, red and green, aside from the flat sides, it is still very similar to the iPhone 11, and there is still a notch at the top that houses Apple’s Face ID technology, although the edges around the screen are reduced – a feature Other for OLED switch.
IPhone 12 has a 12MP f / 1.6 main camera – the fastest aperture of any iPhone yet – and a 12MP wide camera. Apple says its low-light performance has improved, and the company has continued its advance in computational photography to increase detail and dynamic range.