Apple’s up and coming flagship, the iPhone 12, is already confirmed for release this fall, which is now known to come in multiple variants and in three unique sizes—5.4”, 6.1”, and 6.7”.
The 6.1” iPhone 12 sizes up identically with the existing iPhone 11, but sizes 5.4” and 6.7” are a completely new thing for the product line-up.
Using the iPhone models, SE, 7, 8, SE 2, X, 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, a side-to-side comparison was established which displays how the three variants of iPhone 12 scales with its older siblings.
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From the outset, it is clear that the iPhone 12 5.4” version is slightly bigger than iPhone SE and is significant smaller than the rest.
The iPhone 12 6.1” is similar in size to iPhone 11 on paper, as already mentioned, but is actually substantially tinier by a very small margin. Furthermore, it is also conspicuously smaller than iPhone 11 Pro Max.
As for the iPhone 12 6.7”, it is Apple’s biggest smartphone thus far, with it towering every other models released by the giant tech company.
Do note that in order to make the side-to-side comparison, dummy models of the iPhone 12s circulating in China has to be employed.