Apple To Name Next Handset iPhone 12S Instead Of iPhone 13


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As a well-deserved giant in the technology industry, Apple’s products have always attracted attention. There were a lot of news about the next-generation products when the iPhone 12 series was just launched. Now, we learn that Apple may name the next-generation iPhone “iPhone 12S” instead of the iPhone 13.

The iPhone has launched a number of “S” series products in the past few years. Just like the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5S, and iPhone 6S, they were all outstanding. They are even called “a generation of magic machines” by users. The reason behind such a name is that they came with stronger functions than their rivals.

Moreover, the same sources claim the notch area of the upcoming iPhone 12S will be reduced as well.

Apple will use the latest D-ToF (Direct ToF) technology to replace the existing Face ID components. This will reduce the volume of the 3D structured light sensor module accordingly. Thereby, it will reduce the area of ​​the screen notch.

In addition, the new iPhone 12S will also use the LTPO screen provided by Samsung. This technology can support a higher refresh rate and greatly reduce the screen power consumption. The iPhone 12S will also support a high refresh rate of 120Hz. At the same time, it should also add frame rate synchronization technology. The latter brings intelligent adjustment of the screen refresh rate, which can automatically switch between 1-120Hz.

As for the performance, the iPhone 12S will also upgrade the Apple A15 processor, using TSMC’s second-generation 5nm process. The improved manufacturing process not only means more power, but also it will further reduce power consumption and improve the battery life of the 5G iPhone.

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The iPhone 12S is expected to be officially unveiled in September this year.

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