According to the DigiTimes, iPhone 12 will be available in a new “Dark Blue” color and will be equipped with significant improvements in camera quality, 5 G and more, reports.
In addition to adding a dark blue model, for the first time, into the iPhone family products, Apple also brings a number of specification upgrades to new iPhones, including camera modules, displays and communications modules. While all new iPhone products will come with facial ID functionality and support mmWave 5G technology, the top-end model of the iPhone 12 lineup will be equipped with a ToF camera and the wide-angel lens of its rear camera will also come with sensor-shift optical image stabilization functionality.
In the second half of 2020, the company expects global shipments to reach 63-68 million.
DigiTimes notes that the US government could distribute additional unemployment benefits to shipments of up to 10 million units. Furthermore, a WeChat ban on iPhones in China could have a negative impact on iPhone’s total shipments by almost 10% in 2020. Apple is currently expected to ship this year 190 million units.