With rumors surrounding Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 series starting to pick up, we’ve been learning new tidbits about the phones every week. We know the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be Apple’s first smartphones to support 5G, and it looks like we’re also in store for some big display upgrades and camera upgrades. Of course, the biggest news so far is undoubtedly the phones’ new design. After seeing Apple release new iPhones for three consecutive years that used the same design, the iPhone 12 is said to sport a top-to-bottom design overhaul. What’s more, the new iPhone 12 design sounds fantastic. According to top Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst with TF International Securities who regularly reveals accurate details about unreleased Apple products, the iPhone 12 will feature a design along the lines of Apple’s old iPhone 5. Think of it — a modernized iPhone 5 with an all-screen display and flat metal edges like the iPhones of old. It sounds terrific, and we’ll almost certainly see it materialize late this summer.