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IPhone 12 concept without monobrow

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Concept maker  Veniamin Geskin has published a render of the possible design of the iPhone 12. There is another year before the release of the novelty.

According to the source, the Max version of the iPhone 12 will receive a 6.7-inch display and will lose a cutout. Instead, TrueDepth sensors and the camera will be placed in a thin frame that will be symmetrical around the entire display.

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Earlier, the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the 2020 iPhone will receive a metal frame, as it was in the iPhone 4. This should reduce the effect of the metal on the efficiency of data transfer. iPhone 12 should get support for 5G networks.

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