Even though Apple launched its trio of iPhone 11 models a mere five months ago in September 2019, the rumor mill is already looking across the horizon and speculating about the upcoming iPhone 12. (We don’t know what the new iPhones’ official names will be — and Apple has not confirmed anything about them — so we’ll go with the iPhone 12 for now.) Curiosity for the iPhone is high enough that rumors for the have already begun as well. In addition to perhaps introducing 3D depth-sensing to its rear cameras and new screen sizes for the year’s iPhones, it’s also being speculated that Apple will belatedly include a feature that would make it competitive with its rivals: 5G connectivity. This makes sense considering its main rival, Samsung, launched three new 5G phones, the on Feb. 11.