New rumors have revealed the features and design of the iPhone 12 Pro Max, Apple's top-of-the-line smartphone for 2020
The iPhone 12 Pro Max launch won't happen until November 2020, but meanwhile new rumors and details keep appearing online about the features of Apple's top-of-the-line smartphone. The latest leak is a photo showing the back of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and its photo compartment.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced Apple to postpone the release of the new iPhone series, which is usually set for September. The first iPhone 12 with a 5.4-inch display is expected to be launched in late October, while the iPhone 12 Pro will have to wait until at least November. Meanwhile, an image shown by a Chinese website has revealed some of the features of the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Like Apple's other smartphones in the iPhone 12 series, the Pro Max will also support 5G connectivity, but according to some rumors at the expense of using cheaper components, including the battery.
iPhone 12 Pro Max, the features
The photo unveiled by the Chinese source shows the back of an iPhone with a metallic blue panel and a block with three large holes that house the cameras and flash, specifically a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle with the addition of the depth of field sensor.
According to other rumors, the front-facing camera will be 12-megapixel with a 3D module. The iPhone 12 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch OLED screen with 120 Hz refresh rate (there are still a lot of doubts about this feature), an A14 Bionic processor and 6 GB of RAM. The internal memory can be chosen between 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB cuts and the operating system will definitely be iOS 14.
iPhone 12 Pro Max, cheap components for 5G
If even the arrival of the iPhone 12 is expected between October and November, Apple might decide to hold the official presentation next September anyway. Meanwhile, new rumors speak of a change in Apple's choices to cut production costs. In fact, it seems that in order to include the 5G connection technology, the company had to reduce the battery card to limit production costs and avoid that the already expensive iPhones could rise even more in price.