A couple of images were shared today on social media and right now they’re stoking speculation around hardware redesign possibilities in the upcoming iPhone 12. There also seem to be the Home Screen widgets coming up in the iOS 14 if these images were to be believed.
The images that were shared on Twitter by Fudge (choco_bit) show graphics of a smartphone from the front and the rear and there are interface elements evident on its screen too. All that suggests that the images came out from some support documentation or a tutorial.
There are a couple of focal points in these images including the notch size of the device, which is almost a third smaller compared to what we currently have on the iPhones with Face ID, and the renewed camera setup on its rear with a little revision done to the lens array.
Ming-Chi Kuo, the Apple analyst, believes the upcoming iPhone 2020 will at least have a front camera lens relatively smaller in size to offer better screen-to-bezel ration. This will ultimately make a smaller notch possible at the phone’s front.
Besides, the redesigned array of the camera lens is also being discussed online with rumors floating that the upcoming iPhone 12 will feature an exclusive 3D camera which is going to have a similar design as LiDAR scanner we have on the latest iPad Pro 2020.
Furthermore, the main display of the device seems to have some widgets on the Home Screen. What is expected to be in iOS 14 new features, it seems that Apple is working to introducing widgets on the Home Screen of an iPhone device for the very first time in history.
The images are shared for discussion only as the source isn’t some established leaker and, as of now, nobody can tell of the pictures were legitimate or not.