Apple might be anticipated to offer 10s of millions of iPhone 12 systems between now and next September or October, but the company has actually made a rather odd style choice for European designs. Unfortunately, it has actually made the iPhone 12 a bit uglier in Europe than it is in the United States, although it is uncertain why Apple has done so.
The first reviews for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro have actually dropped, and many make a huge point of how trendy Apple’s redesign is. Nevertheless, there is a difference in between the design of the iPhone 12 series in the United States and in Europe. Apple shops all regulatory body accreditations digitally for iPhones offered in the US, resulting in a tidy look. Many Android OEMs do the exact same, but the EU requires smart devices to bear a CE marking, in addition to an indicator that the device can not be recycled. Normally, Apple and other mobile phone producers position these logos on the bottom of the glass back panel, a discreet solution in our opinion.
However, Apple has chosen to change the location of the two logo designs for this year’s iPhones. As the pictures above and below show, these logo designs can now be found on the side of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. Apple laser inscribes these too, so there is no other way of eliminating them. The modification indicates that these logos will show up pretty much continuously, unless you conceal them with a case or skin.
This design downgrade is not the only synthetic pax that Apple has made with the iPhone 12 series in Europe. For one, Apple only sells 5G mmWave designs in the United States, implying that European designs should use the slower sub-6 5G. Additionally, Apple charges less for the iPhone 12 series in the United States than it carries out in the UK or the Eurozone – to add fuel to the fire for European consumers. Ultimate