Barclays: iPhone 12 models will have a facial identification system & # 39; updated & # 39 ;, the Lightning connector could fall in 2021


The iPhone 12 models will feature an "updated" front TrueDepth system that benefits Apple Lite-On Semiconductor provider, according to Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis, Thomas O & # 39; Malley and Baylie Harri. This suggests that Face ID could be improved on iPhone 12 models, but no specific details were provided.

In a research note provided to MacRumors, analysts added that the rear camera system on iPhone 12 Pro models will feature 3D detection based on a flight time solution, as is widely rumored. They also expect the iPhone 12 Pro models to be equipped with 6 GB of RAM, compared to 4 GB in the iPhone 11 Pro models.

The biggest change of all could come next year, as analysts said they see potential for Apple to remove the Lightning connector from at least one iPhone model in 2021, echoing a prediction shared by fellow analyst Ming-Chi Kuo last month. This could cause wired EarPods to be removed from the box, they said.

Kuo has said that Apple plans to launch five new iPhone models in 2020, including a low-end "iPhone SE 2" or "iPhone 9" by the end of March and four high-end 5G-enabled models in the fall.



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