Here’s how the iPhone 12 camera will outperform the iPhone 11 without installing Megapixel


In the past, many discussions about the upcoming iPhone 12 focused on its display power, processor, and battery size. The main thing of the iPhone’s is, its camera and if it continues to leak, Apple has no plans to increase the megapixel count this year.

This contradicts an earlier report that a more sophisticated model could jump a sensor of 64MP. With Tipster Komiya, this will not happen next year. Instead, an iPhone 12 fan will ship with a 48MP main camera. It’s too early to comment on next year’s model and much could change between now and then.

So, when you get back to the iPhone 12, the leaker says it will have big 12MP sensors. This will allow the phone to take pictures with greater brightness, more detail, and less noise. It will also lead to better low light performance.

iPhone 12 Suspected Camera Details

According to previous reports, the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will install a three-camera system with a LiDAR scanner, similar to the one in the iPad Pro 2020.

Pro models are also expected to boast of improved Smart HDR performance by capturing less bright images. They are also expected to include a 3x optical zoom, which will be better than the 2x optical zoom of the iPhone 11.

The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max may come with a dual-camera system and there is no LiDAR scanner.

Autofocus has also been given the opportunity to be further developed and beefier models can also discover new image stabilization technology for camera vibration. All four models will be reported to have a 7-dimensional lens, which should result in fewer distortions and fewer deviations.

And of course, we can also expect better performance due to the new and improved A14 Bionic.

The iPhone 12 will obviously be able to shoot 4K videos at 120fps and slower 4K clips at 240fps.

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