The iPhone 12 Pro prototype has just surfaced, and it is interesting to observe Apple’s non-UI version of iOS 14, the latest version of SwitchBoard, and an early version of the already very popular Pacific Blu-ray.
Guilio Zompetti shared two pictures of the iPhone 12 Pro prototype on Twitter today. The first image shows the latest version of SwitchBoard, which is a non-UI version of iOS 14. It is used as an internal tool and has a variety of utilities. Apple uses SwitchBoard to test various functions of the new iPhone.
The utilities we have seen in previous versions of SwitchBoard such as console, USBHost, QRCode, reliability and some newer utilities such as Ness and Astro.
It is difficult to tell what dim light is in the second picture below, but on this iPhone 1
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