Prominent leaker Jon Prosser in a video published on Monday revealed what he says are the specs, pricing, and camera information about the entire 2020 “iPhone 12” and “iPhone 12 Pro” lineups, which are expected to debut on the fall.
Prosser’s sources tell him that Apple will offer two “iPhone 12” models and two “iPhone 12 Pro” models. Both will include a larger “Max” model. The standard lineup will include 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch models with OLED displays made by BOE, while the Pro models will sport 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch screens made by Samsung and will feature a 10-bit color depth.
The Pro models will boast 6GB of RAM, while the other models will make do with 4GB of RAM. The Pro triple-camera setup will include LiDAR, and the non-Pro models will offer a dual-camera setup. The Pros will have a stainless steel body while the non-Pro bodies will be of the aluminum variety.
The “iPhone 12” will cost $649 for the 128GB-capacity version, rising to $749 for 256GB, and the Max version will cost $749 and $849 for each respective capacity.
Three capacities will be offered for the “iPhone 12 Pro models,” at $999, $1,099, and $1,299 for the 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB versions respectively. For the Pro Max, the same capacities will be $1,099, $1,199, and $1,399.
As for the rumor that the Pro models could include a 120Hz ProMotion display, Prosser says there is an internal conflict over whether or not to include it, and they may ship with the feature supported, but may not be enabled depending on battery life.
Prosser is relatively new to the Apple leaks scene but he has a good track record on other manufacturers, and so far his Apple track record has also been excellent. However, all of this is to be taken with a grain of salt-free seasoning, as nothing is for certain until Apple does the big iPhone reveal this fall.