A photo of the iPhone 12 display appeared on the network/The well-known insider Mr. White.
Network sources have published a high-quality photo of the display module of one of the smartphones of the iPhone 12. And although this is not an official image, the source was an insider under the pseudonym Mr. White. He previously showed a photo of the A14 Bionic chip and Apple’s 20W power adapter.
Judging by the photos, Apple engineers changed the position of the display connector relative to the current location in the iPhone 11, probably due to the transfer of the motherboard to the other side of the device. The source notes that the size of the “bangs” of the smartphone has not changed and this refutes the information about the allegedly reduced cutout for the cameras for the iPhone 12.
Compared to the display on the iPhone 11, the display on the iPhone 12 has a reoriented ribbon cable to connect to the device’s motherboard. It is attached to the matrix at the bottom, while the iPhone 11’s screen connects to the ribbon cable on the left side.
It is reported that this may be due to the movement of the motherboard to the other side of the smartphone, which is necessary to accommodate the 5G antenna module. It is also expected that the SIM-tray will “move” to the left side of the case.
Earlier, the Chinese social network Weibo posted a photo of the iPhone 12 smartphone screen, obtained from a source in the supply chain. If this data is correct, then the iPhone 12 will visually differ little from older models.
Recall that this fall is expected to release four models of the iPhone 12. One of them will receive a 5.4-inch display, two will boast 6.1-inch matrices, and the conventional iPhone 12 Pro Max will be equipped with a 6.7-inch screen.