Alleged iPhone 12 display unit leaked
Images allegedly showing a display for one of this year’s new iPhone models has leaked, supposedly showing an OLED panel intended to be used on one of the four new iPhone 12 models expected to launch in October.
The leak, which has since been deleted, was shared on Twitter by Mrwhite today who shared the image with the caption “iPhone 12 OLED Screen,” without specifying which sized model the component is for.
On Wednesday, YouTuber EverythingApplePro shared what is believed to be a new circular array of magnets in the chassis of one of the new 2020 iPhone models, suggesting Apple may also release a similar magnet array within its official iPhone 12 cases, which could be used for mounting or alignment of charging accessories.
Leaker Mrwhite has previously shared images of unreleased Apple products, with a fairly solid track record.
This year’s new iPhone lineup is expected to prompt a “supercycle” of upgrades, with all four new models rumored to feature an all-new design, 5G cellular connectivity, and more.
Last month, images shared to Chinese social networking site Weibo also claimed to show display panels for one of Apple’s upcoming iPhone models, showing what appeared to be trays of display panels on an assembly line.
The Apple Post has gone hands on with a model created based on leaked schematics and specifications for this year’s 6.7-inch “iPhone 12 Pro Max”, offering an early preview of the rumored new squared-edged design, larger display, and more.