Last year, Apple introduced a new three-shot design for the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Ma x. The main lens, super wide-angle and telephoto lenses were introduced, but the pixels remained at 12MP.

So far, the pixels of mobile phones on the market have reached 108MP. Because this challenge, Apple seems to plan to use high-pixel lenses as well and thus, with its iPhone 12 which will be released this year.

Today, according to news source Max Weinbach, Apple has developed an iPhone equipped with a 64MP camera to improve zoom capabilities. However, Apple's solution is different from the Huawei P30 Pro or Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra's periscope lens.

Instead, it uses the same solution as Google and relies on "digital cropping." The reason is because the periscope structure conflicts with the current Face ID face recognition component, and the internal space is not allowed.

Barring unforeseen circumstances, iPhone 12 series will support the 5G network and also the iPhone 12 Pro Max battery capacity from 3969mAh increased to 4400mAh.

At present this is just network news and has yet to be officially verified so we have to take it with a grain of salt.


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