Recently, there seems to be less news about the new generation of iPhone. But it does not mean that there is no news. News of the new iPhone still appears in everyone’s field of vision from time to time. In fact, for this year’s new generation of iPhone, the industry and consumers are most concerned about the problem of the notch.

iPhone 12s Pro

Today, MacRumors showed a high-definition rendering of the iPhone 12S Pro. From the figure, we can see that the area of ​​the bangs of the iPhone 12 S Pro has become smaller and the position of the earpiece has moved up. This is consistent with the previous leaks that Apple is working on the reduction of the notch area this year to obtain a higher screen-to-body ratio. The information shows that the area of ​​the bangs of the new iPhone has been reduced because Apple has adopted a new generation of Face ID components. They have smaller area of ​​the combined components.

iPhone 12s Pro

But a new problem appeared that the earpiece had no position. So Apple moved the position of the earpiece up and adopted a hidden design similar to the Android camp. The renders show that Apple will adopt a catheter design (introduced by Xiaomi before). Its purpose is to put the earpiece outside the Face ID component, and export the sound through a special channel.

iPhone 12s Pro

The new generation of iPhone series phones have not only changed the screen form, but also the quality of the screen. All models from this generation will use 120Hz refresh rate screens. The difference is that the mini version and the standard version will use ordinary high refresh rate screens, while the Pro and Pro Max versions will use LTPO adaptive high refresh rate screens. Compared with the changes in screen form, the addition of high-refresh rate screens is what consumers most expect to see, because only Apple can show all the advantages of high-refresh rate screens.

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