Image allegedly shows iPhone 12 Pro design with smaller notch and iOS 14 home screen
After an apparent leak shared on Monday showed what was believed to be an updated camera module destined for this year’s iPhone 12 Pro, the same source has posted a follow-up today, this time allegedly showing the front of the device in the form of a sketch, revealing a small front-facing notch and new iOS 14 home screen.
The most noticeable difference on the outlined graphic compared to the current iPhone 11 range is the reduced TrueDepth camera system, AKA “notch”, which appears to be about a third smaller, with the earpiece speaker retaining its current size, but the overall width of the black notch getting smaller.
As seen in the image, the home screen of the purported device shows a variety of app icon sizes, collaborating with rumors that iOS 14 will feature widgets on the home screen, with the sketch looking almost identical to a recent concept published by designer Parker Ortolani.
Twitter user @choco_bit, the source behind the recent leaks is believed to be a former Apple Authorized Service Partner, who has offered leaks about Apple products in the past, hasn’t revealed how he has obtained the recent sketches. We remain skeptical and recommend taking this ‘leak’ with a pinch of salt.
iPhone 12 Pro to feature updated camera module with LiDAR sensor. https://t.co/z8rchmDZhW pic.twitter.com/xlyLvuG5qB
— The Apple Post (@TheApplePost) April 6, 2020