The iPhone 12 may finally have a launch date of September 15, and in a first for Apple it could be joined by as many as three other phones, rumored to be called the iPhone 12 Max, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max.
As such, there should be more iPhone choice than ever this year, especially once you factor in the iPhone SE (2020) which launched earlier in the year.
The iPhone 12 range is coming nearly on time - in prior years, it's launched in early September, but there are numerous reports of delays, and even Apple has said the phones will hit stores later than normal (though that doesn't necessarily mean they'll be announced later).
That might mean the release date is delayed, but we'd still expect the upcoming phones will be in eager hands before the end of October, so the wait should almost be over.
And it's a wait that should be worthwhile, as we're expecting some big upgrades, including the first 5GPhone. With 5G networks rolling out across the world this will make the new phones far more future-proof than the iPhone 11 range.
Leaks and rumors also suggest that the iPhone 12 Pro models will get a LiDAR scanner, just like the iPad Pro 2020, and we've also heard talk of new screen sizes (starting out at a tiny 5.4 inches and topping out at a big 6.7 inches).
There's sure to be a big upgrade in power too, and lots of other changes and improvements have also been rumored. In fact, at this point we have a good idea of what to expect from most aspects of the iPhone 12 range, and you’ll find all the credible things that we’ve heard so far below, along with our expert analysis.
That includes a breakdown of all the rumored specs and features, plus the likely release date and price. And we’re adding to this article constantly, as the leaks keep rolling in, so make sure to check back regularly if you want to stay up to date with all things iPhone 12.