There are a lot of rumors relating to the iPhone 12 range, as many Apple fans are looking forward to the release of the new models. While processor performance, display size, and battery life are important, the camera is a key aspect for many potential customers.
According to a well-known leaker who has provided accurate information in the past, the Cupertino giant doesn’t plan to up the number of megapixels for now, as the change will take place with the iPhone 13, which might sport a 48MP or 64MP main sensor.
Same but different
Apple plans to use a 12MP sensor for the main camera but with a twist. The size of the sensor will be larger to allow it to record images and videos with more brightness and a higher amount of details.The change would boost the performance of the camera and please prospective buyers.
Previous reports also note that the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max will come with a triple-camera array accompanied by a LiDAR sensor, with the latter being able to enhance the use of augmented reality apps and the portrait mode.
Dual-camera for the base models
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max will come with a dual-camera array and without the LiDAR sensor, as a compromise for being more affordable in comparison with the other two models. It is also believed that the four models will come with a new and advanced wide-angle lens.
A launch event could take place towards the end of September, but at least two of the models won’t ship until November due to delays caused by the global pandemic, and it is likely that they are the Pro versions.
Despite the current fight between Apple and Epic Games, it is likely that the next iPhone range will be a hit, especially since they come with a refreshed design.