IPhone 12 latest leak: shock design, Apple’s price cut, squeezing parts supply

The most notable thing about the iPhone 12 series, apart from the certainty of being delayed, may be its relatively affordable price. But beyond the brief joy of the price cut, rational consumers are not happy with the cuts Apple has made to achieve that goal. < / P > < p > according to a new report by a senior Apple whistleblower, Apple will avoid the impact of price hikes on competitors by squeezing the supply of spare parts and reducing the battery technology of the new iPhone. Compared with the simple price reduction, this does not sound so good. < / P > < p > the latest news shows that because of Apple’s degraded iPhone 12 battery, anyone who wants a new Pro iPhone with the longest battery life may now have to move. Personal advice is to wait for the iPhone 12 release to see if the new A14 chip can do wonders, but that’s a big problem. < / P > < p > Apple’s adoption of sub-6ghz 5g technology in iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 plus will increase Apple’s cost by $75-85, while in iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 Pro max, full fat millimeter wave 5g will increase Apple’s cost by $125-135. The price hike has raised the final retail price of flagship phones such as Samsung Galaxy by $200-300, but leaks revealed that Apple will cut battery costs by as much as 50% by replacing the iPhone 12 model with a simpler, smaller design and fewer layers of batteries. < / P > < p > compared with the iPhone 11 series, the battery capacity of the product is reduced by about 10% over the entire range. Given 5g’s higher power consumption, this is a puzzling change and puts real pressure on Apple’s most advanced new A14 chip, which is expected to bring some power efficiency miracles. The lower capacity is also thought to be the reason Apple decided to cancel the promotion display on the pro model. < / P > < p > and, while some iPhone fans may not be willing to trade in cellular standards that they cannot obtain for battery life, Apple seems to be committed to this process for a long time. According to analysts, Apple will go further in 2021 by moving the iPhone 13 series to a “soft board” battery design, which will further reduce costs by 30% to 40%. How this affects their performance remains to be seen. < / P > < p > needless to say, this cost cutting decision could be a deal for some upgraders, especially as the iPhone 12 series will continue to maintain its next generation advantage. That is to say, the A14 chips mentioned above may change the rules of the game, their super small and super large new screen sizes will win new fans, cameras will become more intelligent, and their new chassis design will look good. On the other hand, Apple may beat its competitors in price this year, which alone may be huge. Straight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865