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Big reveal about iPhone 12 Pro, will be launched with small notch and 120Hz display

Many leaks have been revealed so far with the iPhone 12 Pro. At the same time, it has been revealed in the new leaks that this phone will be given a 120Hz refresh rate display.

Apple recently officially launched the iPhone SE (2020). At the same time, there is a discussion that the company is going to bring the iPhone 12 series soon. There have been some leaks regarding the iPhone 12 Pro of this series, in which many special features have been revealed, including its display. According to the reported report, in the iPhone 12 Pro, users are going to get small notch and big display. The special thing is that its display will come with a 120Hz refresh rate.

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Apple analyst Jon Prosser has shared the sketches of the upcoming iPhone 12 series via a tweet. Many special information related to the iPhone 12 of these sketches has been revealed. Looking at the sketch, we can say that the company is going to use the iPhone 12 series with a small notch and it will be quite different from the current iPhone devices in terms of design. Also, the TrueDepth sensor can be given in it.


Let us know that earlier, in a tweet, Jon Prosser claimed that USB C would not be used in Apple’s upcoming iPhone and they will be completely wireless. Apart from this, he also informed that the upcoming iPhone will not use any kind of port. This means that these devices will be portless.

According to the leaks

According to the leaks revealed so far, through the iPhone 12 Pro, the company can relaunch the design of the iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. There is a discussion that the company will use the design of its old device in the iPhone 12 Pro. 5.4 inch display can be given in iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7 inch display in iPhone 12 Max. This series will come with a 120Hz refresh rate display. Apart from this, the phone will use Edge to Edge screen and slim bezels and instead of 2.5D glass. The company will use flat glass.

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