It’s not unusual for Apple to release more than one version of its latest iPhone. But this year’s rumored iPhone 12 is expected to come in a whopping four different variants, compared to previous years when Apple would launch two or three versions of its newest smartphone.
Two of those models are expected to be successors to the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. If the reports and rumors so far are to be believed, Apple’s next “Pro” iPhone will have a triple-lens camera like last year’s models, a Lidar scanner like the new iPad Pro, and a refreshed design among other changes.
All of Apple’s new iPhones, including the non-Pro models, are expected to come with support for 5G networks and OLED screens instead of LCD displays.
OLED screens are typically only found on Apple’s more expensive iPhones and generally offer deeper blacks and better contrast.