Leak Photos of iPhone 12 Shows a Sign of Smaller Notch

IT expert in Twitter Jon Prosser raised the anticipation that the notch size of the next-generation iPhone would be reduced. However, recently, new rendering photos supporting this claim have been leaked, and attention has been drawn.

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As many as 60 percent parents said that their children are addicted to smart phones, and about 50 percent of the kids agreed to that, according to a survey conducted by Common Sense Media.
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    A team of researchers have just discovered that sugar-free drinks are just as harmful to teeth as sweetened beverages. According to the researchers, these types of products still contain acidic chemicals that can lead to dental damage.
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    A new study sheds light regarding the mystery of how snakes lost their legs and became the slithering animal that the world knows today. According to the researchers who carried out the study, these reptiles lost their limbs and evolved by burrowing underground to hunt.
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    Gamers have already been playing "Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain" for some time now but developer Konami has just revealed details about the game's secret event. According to the development studio, players will only be able to access the Secret Nuclear Disarmament Event through proper team wo…
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    New rumors floating around the web suggest that Apple might forego the standard headphone jack in the iPhone 7. The Cupertino-based tech giant will reportedly go with the Lightning-based headphones instead for its next flagship handset.
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