The 2020 iPhone is expected to feature 6GB RAM, 3D cameras and more.
The iPhone 11 has only just been launched and it is still fresh in user’s hands; however, talks about the 2020 iPhones are gaining momentum and several features have already been leaked online.
As per a report by Macrumors, Blayne Curtis, an analyst with Barclays states that the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will in all probability come with 6GB RAM which is an improvement over the 4GB found on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The cameras will also get an improvement with there being rear-facing 3D sensing. Also, the upcoming handsets will feature mmWave support to enhance 5G performance.
The base model of the iPhone which is tipped to be called the iPhone 12 will feature 4GB RAM and this will be the same as the iPhone 11. The iPhone 12 is expected to come with 5G and the analyst did not state whether the handset will support sub-6GHz, mmWave or both.
Lastly, the analyst spoke about the iPhone SE 2 and Apple has it in the pipeline with production set to begin in February. This budget-friendly model is expected to look like the iPhone 8 and it will come equipped with a 4.7-inch display, and a Home button with Touch ID. However, it will come with an A13 chipset and 3GB of RAM.
The lower-cost iPhone SE 2 is expected to launch in March; while the iPhone 12 line-up will release in September.
In the past, Barclays analysts have been a reliable source for Apple leaks; so this information should be worth noting.