iPhone 12 Pro tilted to pack 64 megapixel camera, 4,440 mAh battery: report


The iPhone 12 Pro is months away from its official launch, but thanks to a series of leaks, we have an idea of ​​what to expect on Apple's next flagship smartphone. Rumors now suggest that the iPhone 12 Pro that will be released along with the iPhone 12 will have a 64-megapixel camera and a 4400 mAh battery. Previous rumors have indicated that the new iPhone can be powered by the next-generation A14 chipset, and also supports 5G. Of course, Apple has not confirmed the aforementioned specifications and all this must be taken with a grain of salt.

According to the latest rumors of the YouTuber "EverythingApplePro" quoting tipster Max Weinbach, Apple is considering updating the camera on the next iPhone 12 Pro to match the new benchmarks set by brands like Samsung with its Galaxy 20 series. video, the YouTuber said that Apple can add a 64-megapixel primary Sony sensor to its triple rear camera configuration. However, it was not specified whether the company will retain the two 12-megapixel sensors, as seen in the iPhone models of the previous generation or if it will update them with the 64-megapixel image sensors.

Speaking of zoom support, the YouTuber believes that Apple will extend night mode to the telephoto camera on the iPhone 12 Pro. To ensure this, it is speculated that Apple will increase the aperture of the ultra wide angle camera by approximately 35 percent af / 1.6. In addition, a new 3D flight time sensor leans on the new iPhone. This will improve the portraits and offer a better AR experience.

Citing previous reports that had indicated that the iPhone 12 Pro could see 5G support and a 120Hz refresh rate, the YouTuber added that Apple will need a larger battery to run smoothly. Citing Weinbach, EverythingApplePro said the new iPhone can see a 4400 mAh battery compared to the 3969 mAh battery seen on the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The YouTuber also noted that Apple is likely to update the camera's sensors on the next iPad. Without going into details, it is speculated that the iPad can see "larger cameras."

It was previously reported that Apple is likely to add Wi-Fi 802.11a, a wireless standard that is still in the draft phase, in the next series of iPhone models. Adding support for Wi-Fi 802.11a can help Apple improve its AirDrop function, in addition to other obvious benefits.

The iPhone 12 series phones are expected to ship in three different screen sizes: 5.4 inches, 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches. Apple is also expected to launch a new affordable iPhone model in March, something that may be delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.



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