The iPhone 12 Display leaks out, Learn more about its Camera Specification

The iPhone 12

The Apple iPhone 12 display and peak size

Now, there are only two big unknowns around the iPhone 12 series, and today’s leaks make it clear to both. One is the summary of the Face ID module at the end, and the other is the actual camera kit details. First of all, thanks to Mr White – a leaked, not really called prosperous, but his records are usually spot-on and straight from the assembly line – now the iPhone 12 is on display.

Although it is not clear whether this is a 5.4 “or 6.1” iPhone model, it is Apple’s first OLED panel on smaller iPhones. The Face ID module on the front is always Mr. White tips, so all the rumors that Apple was able to reduce the size unnecessarily may have been in advance or refer to the Pro models.

There is a warning to that line of thinking, however, as the Twitter commentator quickly pointed out. This means that if it’s a 5.4 “iPhone 12 display panel, then it’s definitely smaller, the peak will only see its original size, because it fits the smallest screen size on a peak-y iPhone. Larger models can actually be made more compact.

Apple iPhone 12 Camera Specifications

Next in the line of mysteries of the big iPhone 12 series is the perfect camera configuration that every model can play. Now, we know that the 5.4 “and 6.1” iPhone 12 models will have two cameras, while the Pro models will have three, so we can safely assume that Apple will do what it did with the iPhone 11 series – a more expensive Pro version than the Telephoto camera.

If there are any upgrades to the mainstream and ultraviolet cameras on the 5.4 “iPhone 12 and 6.1” iPhone 12 Max, until yesterday, when the famous Apple Analyst Ming-Ci Guo inadvertently soaked, in fact, came with new cameras.

While it’s not clear if there will be an upgrade to the 12MP sensors currently in the iPhone 11 series, there will definitely be a major upgrade to the lens above them, as Ming-Ci Quo has sent a note to customers:

“We estimate that the mass production of the low-end 7B wide-angle lens, CCM, and final assembly of the 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch aluminum frame iPhone will be from mid-late August to mid-September. In early October, respectively. In the [Genius] uncertain schedule to solve the problem of film cracking, we hope that Apple will prioritize the purchase of the low-end 1 / 2.6 ”7B wide-angle lens at least at the initial distribution point. The two aluminum-framed iPhone 12’s may be planned.”

While we are not really concerned about Apple’s supply chain strength, there is a suspicion that the release of the iPhone 12 will be postponed due to some lens yields.

So far, Apple has even used so-called five-tier lenses, or 5B, on its iPhone Pro models, while the obvious departure from the lens distribution problem Mr Quo is referring to is that the inferior iPhone 12 and 12 Max will be shipped with seven-tier lenses this year.

We’ve been hearing about this move since the spring, and Mr Guo reiterates not only the rumor that has already been spread, but that it will still enhance the look and feel of Apple’s new iPhone, not just the looks and chips. 12 models, but the camera settings, too, for a complete set, are now sprayed with 5G above.

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