A refreshed dual-lens camera will be found on the back of the iPhone 12 phones, while Apple's new Pro models will have a triple-lens camera plus a new LIDAR sensor (which was initially rumored to be a ToF sensor until Apple made a decision to take things a step further). Now, according to one insider, the base iPhone 12 will not come with a charger as part of cost-cutting measures.
Very last month, Kuo described that Apple will also quit such as a complimentary pair of earbuds in the Iphone 12's packaging in buy to boost demand from customers for its now mega-well-known AirPods wireless headphones. For new iPhone users too, the removal of both these accessories from the box may not matter much as the 5W charger is slow to fully charge an iPhone. For the ones who don't have, Apple would earn extra revenue if they have to go back to Apple to purchase the same.
Last week images of a 20W iPhone charger leaked, suggesting Apple meant to ship the iPhone 12 with a more powerful adapter. Nonetheless, it was later reported that the iPhone 12 won't ship with a charger, which sounded a bit sketchy.
Apple is also building a new 20W rapidly charger that would add with the new iPad types.
Kuo also said that a 10.8-inch iPad will be arriving this year, while an 8.5-inch tablet is planned for the first half of 2021. There have been rumors that Apple might be getting ready a 20W energy adapter, however that's now anticipated to be bought individually.
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Innovation like this typically comes at a cost, and with the latest model, the iPhone 11 starting from £729 ($895) in the United Kingdom, it could be a costly next step.
Kuo also says Apple's new iPhones will be the first to feature 120Hz ProMotion displays, and he has dropped a few other tidbits here and there. However, whatever is the case it is still unclear about the COVID-19 pandemic effects on upcoming iPhone plans of Apple.
According to DigiTimes, Apple's AIP package is more cost-effective than previous designs, but some analysts believe that models with support for ultra-fast mmWave technology will likely launch after sub-6GHz models due to production challenges and the global health crisis.
Apple is apparently choosing this approach to keep the iPhone 12 at a similar price point as the iPhone 11, lest shipping the phone with these accessories will see it increase the price.