Alleged hands-on video shows LiDAR placement with 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro rear shell


The iPhone 12 model will feature a new design with all flat edges according to many reports and rumors, but we have yet to see an actual leaked component of this year’s iPhones. However, a video shared today on Twitter by YouTuber Filip Koroy, known as EverythingApplePro, Shows an alleged rear shell of the new 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro.

The rear shell does not reveal many new details as it does not have any hardware components attached, but if genuine, it gives us a better idea of ​​what the new iPhone will look like. The first notable detail is the iPhone 11 Pro’s similar finish with stainless steel edges and matte glass, consistent with all recent rumors.

On the back of the chassis we can see a similar camera arrangement with three lenses and an LED flash, but just below it is an additional slot where the ultra-wide camera is located – and it is likely related to the LIDAR scanner.

Rumors about the LiDAR scanner on the iPhone 12 were a bit controversial. While some reports claimed that only the larger 6.7-inch model would get the new sensor, today’s leaks suggest that both Pro models will have LiDAR technology.

There are other interesting details on the allegedly leaked iPhone 12 rear shell, which actually has a sim tray and a new cutout on the right side of the phone that could be a 5G antenna. You can watch the video below:

9to5Mac Earlier this year it was revealed based on the iOS 14 code that Apple is working on two new iPhone models with the LiDAR scanner, probably the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Apple hopes to introduce four new iPhone models this year, with two regular models and two Pro models. Although the company has confirmed a special schedule for next Tuesday, Bloomberg It is suggested that the September event will only include the iPad and Apple Watch details, with the iPhone coming later in October 12.

Read about Apple’s September schedule and iPhone 12 rumors here 9to5Mac:

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