Apple fans will have plenty of options when the iPhone 12 release date arrives next year based on the latest leaks. The company will be launching six variants of the flagship next year where three models will feature 4G support while the other three will be 5G compatible.

iPhone 12 4G Variants

Apple will be releasing 6 variants that will feature 4G support, Forbes reported. These are the iPhone 12 4G, the iPhone 12 Pro 4G and the iPhone 12 Pro Plus 4G.

The iPhone 12 4G will feature a 6.1-inch LCD screen and dual cameras at the back. The Pro 4G will feature a smaller 5.4-inch OLED display and will also have dual cameras.

Meanwhile, the Pro Plus 4G variant will have a 6.1-inch OLED screen. It will feature triple cameras at the back with ToF capability.

iPhone 12 5G Variants

Apple will also be releasing three 5G enabled variants of its flagship. These are the iPhone 12 Pro 5G, the iPhone 12 Pro Plus 5G and the iPhone 12 Pro Max 5G.

The iPhone 12 Pro 5G will feature a 5.4-inch display and dual rear cameras. On the other hand, the Pro Plus 5G and the Pro Max 5G will both feature 6.1-inch OLED displays as well as triple cameras setup with ToF feature.

These iPhone 12 leaks were revealed by Jun Zhang, an analyst from international brokers Rosenblatt Securities. Zhang also added that offering 4G and 5G versions because there might be buyers who are not interested in buying pricier 5G phones.

In addition, 5G coverage is still an issue in other parts of the world which makes which would render a phone’s 5G capability useless. It would be best to market iPhone 4G variants in these markets.

Meanwhile, some Apple fans have been concerned about what the iPhone 12 price might be. As the company’s flagship, the upcoming phone will definitely feature top-of-the-line specs and features, included 5G connectivity.

The main concern is that the inclusion of new components might jack up the iPhone 12 price. But Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that even with the new features in place, they will not significantly affect the phone’s price. In fact, Kuo said that the price difference between the iPhone 12 and the current-gen iPhone 11 is not likely to exceed $50, according to Tech Radar.