Rumors of Apple’s iPhone 12 series have been making the rounds a lot lately. One of the most recent reports has it that the lower models of the iPhone 12 series will use sub-6GHz 5G to make them cheaper. New reports have now surfaced, claiming that the higher models of the series will sport 10-bit Super Retina XDR screens.
This new report was shared by PhoneArena. In addition to the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max supporting the 10-bit Super Retina XDR screen, we now also know that they will have a base memory variant of 6GB + 128GB.
Talking about the screen, this appears to be the biggest upgrade that we will see in the series. What the report simply means is that the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max screens will be able to display more than 1 billion colors. In relation, the iPhone 11 Pro’s 8-bit panel only supports 16.7 million colors.
Meanwhile, one of the main features of the iPhone 12 is the A14 Bionic processor. This chip has 15 billion transistors, way more than the A13’s 8.5 billion transistors. The iPhone 12 series is expected to launch in September. We should get more information about the device in the coming weeks and months.