Expectations for this year’s iPhone are rising. After having its visual supposedly leaked in renders produced with information from the Cult of Mac website, the device now has details of its cameras, Face ID and screen revealed. As pointed out by the EverythingApplePro channel, the future Apple smartphone should bring more optical zoom, allow the screen to be unlocked at the worst angles and, best of all, finally adopt a 120Hz panel.
The most important specification, clearly, is the new high refresh rate screen. This would not be a novelty for Apple, which already adopts displays of the type on its iPad Pro. Still, it is a long-awaited addition, especially after the adoption of the name “Pro” in the smartphone line last year.
According to the information, the new devices should be equipped with 6.1 “and 6.7” screens and a 120Hz intelligent rate, which would vary according to the content displayed to reduce the stress on the batteries, which should reach 4,400mAh in the most powerful model.
Regarding the cameras, we would see the addition of the LiDAR sensor, which arrived on the market with the new iPads, allowing the lenses to reach focus with more speed. The smart HDR must be refined, and we will still have a telephoto camera with a 3x zoom, against the 2x of the current devices. Finally, Face ID would be housed in a smaller notch, and would be able to detect the user’s face in the most varied conditions and positions.
The iPhone 12 is expected to be officially announced in September, the usual launch window for devices. In addition to the news released today, the smartphone is also expected to bring 5G and OLED panels in all its variants. Meanwhile, Apple takes advantage of its recently launched iPhone SE, which has already helped Foxconn, the maker of the device, to break a record in its revenue.