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[* black] Can I really edit this? Remember when the [guide|3130|iPhone 4|new_window=true] introduced [https://www.forbes.com/sites/berlinschoolofcreativeleadership/2013/07/05/design-think-smackdown-braun-1960s-v-apple-2000s/#126655604bd6|Braun-like|new_window=true] squared edges—scandalously leaked by a [https://gizmodo.com/how-apple-lost-the-iphone-4-5520438|developer unit left at a bar|new_window=true]?
[* black] Can I really edit this? Remember when the [guide|3130|iPhone 4|new_window=true] introduced [https://www.forbes.com/sites/berlinschoolofcreativeleadership/2013/07/05/design-think-smackdown-braun-1960s-v-apple-2000s/#126655604bd6|Braun-like|new_window=true] squared edges—scandalously leaked by a [https://gizmodo.com/how-apple-lost-the-iphone-4-5520438|developer unit left at a bar|new_window=true]?
[* black] Square is back, baby! With less scandal this time. These flat edges shake up a familiar design, but might also allow for more screen real estate without making the phone any bigger.
[* black] For a walk down design memory lane, we've stacked up the iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 12, 12 Pro, and an iPhone 4 to cap it off!
[* black] Can you spot the differences? The US models have a wee millimeter wave window. The designers likely hate that, but probably not as much as those EU regulatory markings...
[* icon_note] That's right! These chrono-shifted phones come courtesy of our EU team, who did quick work while the U.S. was sleeping (or doom-scrolling).