The release of the iPhone 12 is fast approaching and information about it is becoming clearer. While the price would be on the rise, other rumors circulate on the technical sheet of the device. A famous leaker, Komiya, for example provided some details on the sensors of the new smartphone on his Twitter account. All this is obviously to be taken with a grain of salt because, as usual, no information has been confirmed by Apple.
According to Komiya, the iPhone 12 would not have 48 or 64 megapixel sensors, either the cheaper models or the higher end ones. The Apple brand will be content to equip its expensive smartphones with 12-megapixel photo sensors. Since 2015, with the release of the iPhone 6s, the Cupertino company has indeed presented its phones with a 12-megapixel photo module. The change will not be immediately, except, perhaps, a small detail.
Despite the number of megapixels unchanged, the iPhone 12 would still be slightly different from the iPhone 11. Apple would thus integrate larger and more imposing lenses, which will allow the camera to capture more light and more light. details. You will therefore no longer have to worry about low light for example. This would be a big step forward if the leaker is to be believed, but remember that the iPhone 11 Pro was recognized as one of the best camera phones on the market last year.
For those who dreamed of one or more 48 or 64 megapixel sensors – Apple would then have moved closer to the competition Samsung, Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi (in terms of megapixels, of course) – we will therefore have to wait a little longer. Still according to Komiya, they would arrive on the iPhone 13, in order to be able, in particular, to film in 8K resolution. Just that.