The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro might have only been around for a few weeks but that was never going to stop anyone from turning their attention to next year. We’ve already heard from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that Apple will skip the iPhone 11S name, and these new renders might show us what the iPhone 12 will look like.
The renders come courtesy of PhoneArena and are based on things the aforementioned Kuo has said in the past. That largely revolves around the possibility that the iPhone 12 will feature an all-new design that will take cues from the hugely popular iPhone 4. In turn, that means we can expect squared off edges.
If that sounds familiar, it’s because one of Apple’s products already looks like an iPhone 4. The 2018 iPad Pro has the same edges that the iPhone 4 had and it’s all the better for it, too. If Apple is indeed going to scale the iPad Pro down to iPhone size, that’s absolutely something that we’d be pleased to see.
And that’s before we take a proper look at these renders, which show an iPhone that might be one of the best yet. With a smaller notch than the one we’ve become accustomed to as well as an additional camera around the back, this is definitely a design that we’d be happy to see next year.
But until then, can we just enjoy the iPhones we just picked up?