Camera updated to 64 megapixels
According to a leak from Max Weinbach, the iPhone 12 Pro is expected to be equipped with a 64-megapixel camera by fall 2020. Compared to the 12 megapixel resolution of the iPhone 11 Pro, this will be a huge leap. Night mode should work for all cameras.
According to the YouTube channel EverythingApplePro, Apple will eventually increase the camera resolution for the upcoming iPhone 12. This information is based on information provided by Max Weinbach, who has had some positive signs in the past. As a result, manufacturers are currently experimenting with various prototypes of the iPhone 12. All cameras should have a resolution of 64 megapixels.
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As we all know, pure megapixel numbers have no effect on actual image quality-see Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. But if the information is correct and Apple is still loyal to your product line, you can certainly hope for better photos with higher dynamic range and contrast. A new ultra-wide-angle optic that can capture up to 35% of light should also contribute to this.
New macro and night modes
The good news-or more rumors-about the iPhone's camera update doesn't stop there. There is also a new night mode that can even take photos on the iPhone 12 through the front camera. In addition, the ultra-wide-angle optics in macro mode should be able to make clear photos up to 2.2 cm from close-up lenses.
And in terms of battery life, the iPhone 12 Pro may outperform the iPhone 11 Pro. The battery capacity is said to have increased by ten percent to 4,400 mAh.
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The accompanying video also says that Apple is revising Face ID. The goal is to reduce the cutout [screen cutout] by saving the space of the required components in the shape of a periscope.
If Apple sticks to its previous update cycle, the release of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro will take months. Sales may also be delayed for months.