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Whether or not this concept rendering of the iPhone 12 Pro from the YouTube channel ConceptsiPhone is accurate, the new iPhone is expected to support 5G connectivity.
It’s safe to say 2020 has been a garbage year for human beings, but it’s been a fruitful one for new phones, cameras and gaming consoles. It’s only September and a slew of new products have launched or been announced, including the upcoming Xbox Series X and PS5, the new Sony A7S iii mirrorless camera and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. As we start “Techtember” the most anticipated release is the next iPhone, which is rumored to be called the iPhone 12.Leaks and rumors point to a slew of new features for the next Apple phone including a high refresh rate display, more sizes and lidar. But the most significant addition won’t be the cameras or the expected A14 processor. It’ll be its support for 5G.
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That means the biggest feature on the iPhone 12 will be largely out of Apple’s control and firmly in the hands of AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. Depending on your carrier …
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