Offering an immense camera experience to users on the iPhone 11 series it introduced last September, Apple can take this experience to a different point in its next flagship. According to new rumors, the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max models will feature a 64-megapixel sensor.
The rumor cauldron of the upcoming iPhone 12 series of US technology giant Apple has started to fill. Max Weinbach of the mobile software development community XDA Developers claimed that the company in Cupertina will use a 64-megapixel sensor on the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max models.
Apple’s latest flagship series, the iPhone 11, came up with a 12-megapixel camera that allows digital zooming up to 10 times despite the 48MP and 64MP fury on the market. Ultra, the most equipped model of the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy S20, has a huge 108MP resolution sensor capable of 100x digital zoom.
Apple, which does not prefer to offer as high resolution as the flagships in the market, can break this stubbornness with the iPhone 12 series. A potential 64MP camera in the Pro and Pro Max variants will further increase Apple’s competitiveness in camera battles.
Weinbach also claims that the iPhone 12 will protect the triple lens array but will have an additional ToF (depth sensor) camera. The ToF sensor can take the performance of the already pretty good portrait mode one click higher. It can also make an important contribution to the usage of ARKit applications, which Apple attaches great importance.
The iPhone 12 series, which is expected to have features such as 6GB RAM, 120Hz screen refresh rate, 64MP main camera and 5G, will be introduced in the event that will be held in autumn as usual. If new information is added to the information available, we will continue to share it with you. Until then, continue to pursue.