Apple to launch 5.4-inch iPhone with Face ID in 2020

Joanna Estrada
January 20, 2020

This is important because, shortly after the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro launched, users found out the phone would periodically track their location even after they turned off location services for every single app on their phones, in compliance with Ultra Wideband regulations.

Macotakara's report said that the iPhone 8-like smartphone will launch in September, alongside the iPhone 12 trio. As per the report, the 5.4-inch iPhone will have a rear camera that is much bigger compared to iPhone 8. The Apple A14 Bionic will be made on TSMC's 5nm process and is quite an upgrade from the 7nm process that the A13 Bionic was made on. Following the trendline and factoring some expected improvements, Cross believes that the iPhone 12'S Geekbench 5 Single-Core score will "wind-up in the 1,500-1,600 range". For context, most Android flagships score around 3,000 in the multi-score test.

At the same time frame, discussing multi-core rating, the multi core rating of the brand new processor will probably be between 4,500 and 5,000. As you know the history of nm process the 10nm process was deployed in the famous Samsung Galaxy S8 and Apple's iPad Pro tablets, later Apple introduced A12 Bionic chip which was built on 7nm process which was deployed in Apple's later products including Apple iPhone XS Max and iPad Air as well as iPad Mini.

Expectation What else iPhone 12 models are expected to offer?

The report paints a stark contrast to the government's attempts to paint Apple as unhelpful in helping law authorities' investigations.

"I expect Apple to expend significant transistor budget making the GPU more powerful", he said, adding that "we can probably expect GPU performance well beyond the trend line's prediction of the low 7,000 range in this test".

Apple is also reportedly preparing for a legal fight to defend its position, according to reports from the Journal and The New York Times .

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