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All notches, display size of all iPhone 12 models are compared with iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max in new scheme

From a 5.4-inch model to the massive 6.7-inch version, Apple is rumored to be preparing a total of four models expected to cover many palms of varying sizes worldwide thanks to a diversified launch. To see how these screen sizes fare and see a size comparison with the previous generation iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, one tipster provided not only a schedule and compared the screen size but also the notch size.

Schematic of a smaller notch for the iPhone 12 series

A detailed schedule with different models of the previous generation and the upcoming versions was shared by Komiya and while some devices were known to be larger or smaller than others, a difference potential customers would like to know is whether there is a change in size of the notch. We just shared an alleged screen leak associated with the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, showing that it has the same notch as the iPhone 11.

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However, this scheme shows that the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max all have a narrow notch compared to their predecessors. Apart from this, all upcoming models don’t seem to be any thinner than the iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. Whether or not Komiya has provided an accurate schedule of the upcoming handsets or not, we’ll find out during Apple’s rumored iPhone keynote due to be held in September.

However, it’s possible that customers will only be able to compare these versions to the previous-generation versions starting in October, because that’s when Apple was rumored to be on sale. When that happens, these users may also notice that the newer versions have a design language similar to the 2020 iPad Pro, and it’s also possible that these models have flat glass on both sides instead of a 2.5D like most competitors from Apple.

So what do you think of this schedule? Do you believe it is correct or will Apple surprise us later this year? Tell us in the comments.

News Source: Twitter (Komiya)

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