iPhone 12 Mega Leak: Specs, names, RAM, storage, prices, and more

So much for Apple’s vaunted secrecy. Serial leaker Jon Prosser has spilled the beans, as it were, about pretty much everything in an iPhone 12 mega leak.

iPhone 12 Mega Leak: Specs, names, RAM, storage, prices, and more
Apple’s next-generation 5G “iPhone 12 Pro” and “iPhone 12 Pro Max” (rightmost two renderings) are said to sport 120Hz ProMotion displays (Image: artist’s concept via EverythingApplePro)

In a new video posted on Monday, Prosser’s iPhone 12 leak reveals the four new models, specs, model names, RAM, storage, prices, and more:

iPhone 12
• 5.4-inch BOE OLED Super Retina display
• 5G cellular connectivity
• A14 SoC
• 4GB memory
• 128GB, 256GB storage
• Aluminum casing
• Dual rear camera system
• $649, $749

iPhone 12 Max
• 6.1-inch BOE OLED Super Retina
• 5G cellular connectivity
• A14 SoC
• 4GB memory
• 128GB, 256GB storage
• Aluminum casing
• Dual rear camera system
• $749, $849

iPhone 12 Pro
• 6.1-inch Samsung OLED Super Retina XDR with ProMotion and 10-bit Color Depth display
• 5G cellular connectivity
• A14 SoC
• 6GB memory
• 128GB, 256GB, 512GB
• Stainless steel casing
• Triple camera system
• LiDAR
• $999, $1099, $1299

iPhone 12 Pro Max
• 6.7-inch Samsung OLED Super Retina XDR with ProMotion and 10-bit Color Depth display
• 5G cellular connectivity
• A14 SoC
• 6GB memory
• 128GB, 256GB, 512GB
• Stainless steel casing
• Triple camera system
• LiDAR
• $1099, $1199, $1399

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5 Comments

  1. The biggest question about 120Hz is how badly it will impact battery life. Batteries are slowly getting better, but we’ve seen battery life drop by as much as 25% with other phones when it’s on all the time. Hopefully, Apple will implement the iPad “Pro Display” modes, where the refresh is variable so as to help battery life. I don’t need 120Hz refresh when reading a book, or a web page. 30Hz is more than enough.

    1. This is what Prosser had to say about the 120Hz screen on the Pro models

      “Prosser also passed comment over Sunday’s report of the use of a 120Hz ProMotion display in the Pro models. According to Prosser, there is internal conflict over its inclusion, and it is likely to ship with the feature supported, but whether it will be enabled will depend on battery life.”

      https://appleinsider.com/articles/20/05/11/entire-iphone-12-iphone-12-pro-lineup-specs-detailed

      1. The problem is that we don’t know how much of any of this is true. Don’t use what he says as golden. He’s been pretty good, but he hasn’t gotten everything right either. I’m hoping for the Pro features, but Apple may decide that it isn’t practical. I remember when several well known leakers predicted 3D Touch for everything, but instead Apple began to discontinue it.

    2. You do need 60 Hz when reading a website because you tend to scroll as you browse. If your screen didn’t support 60 Hz screen refresh during scrolling (and bouncing) it would be like watching a color movie on a black and white TV set.

  2. Looks like in September/October I’ll be upgrading. The current pair is iPhone 6s (beater phone that I take hiking or anywhere there is a decent chance of it getting significantly damaged or lost) and iPhone Xs (day-to-day phone). Based on these specifications (assuming they prove accruate) this fall it will go to an iPhone Xs and iPhone 12 Pro pair.

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