New iOS 14 leak shows off iPhone 12 camera bump and new widgets

A new Twitter leak has revealed a sneak peek of the new iPhone 12, showing off the new camera bump on the rear and new home screen widgets on iOS 14.

Reliable insider Fudge (known as @choco_bit on Twitter) shared the image on his profile, showing off the proposed iPhone 12 design with a new smaller notch that takes up less screen real estate than the iPhone 11 family of smartphones.


It appears as though the image was designed for an instruction manual or iOS 14 tutorial, though it’s not possible to verify the legitimacy of the image just yet.

The new iPhone 12 is widely expected to introduce a new chassis design to give the phone an edge over previous generations, introducing a new iPhone 5-style design with straight sides and a metal frame, and this design stays true to that.

Something else worth mentioning is that the image also shows off a new home screen design, teasing a mixture of app icon squares we’re familiar with and new large block elements, presumably new widgets which are coming to iOS 14.

We’ll know more about iOS 14 at this year’s new virtual Worldwide Developers Conference in June, and then see the new iPhone 12 in September, however, insiders have suggested the release of the phone could be delayed due to the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis.


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