IPhone 2020 even bigger and more powerful: here’s what it will look like

Rumors continue to come out about what the iPhone 12, a smartphone due out in September 2020, will look like. The latest news concerns the screen size

Is the current 6.5-inch screen of the iPhone 11 Pro Max still too small for you? Don't worry, there's good news coming your way: according to a report published by South Korean portal ETNews, the new 2020 iPhone could mount a larger display of as much as 6.7 inches. The South Korean report also refers to the adoption of a new smaller 5.4-inch screen and highlights how the 6.1-inch version will still be maintained.

There is, therefore, a line-up of three iPhones for 2020 with 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays respectively. The size of the screen will not be the only novelty regarding the iPhone 12: it should also change the design of the applephones, both in the front and in the back. The notch should be much smaller in size and there are even rumors of the possibility of hiding the camera inside the body of the smartphone.

iPhone 2020: new OLED screens

Currently, the iPhone 11 is available in two models equipped with OLED screens and only one model with an LCD screen, but according to the South Korean report, from 2020 Apple may finally adopt OLED displays across the entire range. Finally, the South Korean site also refers to an innovative technology to make the display thinner. In this case, however, it is a technology made by Samsung, a company that for a couple of years now has been supplying OLED screens to Apple.

iPhone 2020: will it be 5G?

In 2020 Apple will launch the first iPhone 5G on the market. According to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, famous for his in-depth knowledge regarding the Cupertino company's supply chain and author of a number of spot-on predictions, the 5G iPhone will feature the LCP circuits for the 5G antennas. These are circuits that work very well especially at high temperatures minimizing signal losses. Also according to Kuo, the 5G modem in the new iPhones will have sophisticated technical features and will be compatible with the most efficient, high-performance and stable frequencies.