The triple rear sensor of the iPhone 11 Pro is not much of a problem, but now the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with a 108MP sensor and Space Zoom, and the pressure is increasing. According to CaseMe, although the iPhone 12 Pro will maintain the same three-camera array, it will also have a time-of-flight sensor.
iPhone 12 Pro can make more attractive portraits and provide better performance when running AR applications. Apple’s night mode (currently only available on the main sensor) will also expand functionality on the iPhone 12. Weinbach said that telephoto and ultra-wide sensors will be able to use low-light modes in camera applications, making these sensors more versatile.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max is also equipped with a 4,400 mAh battery, which is about 400 mAh more than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. This is a welcome change that will help Apple maintain the overall battery life of its phones.
There are also rumors that Apple will install a 120Hz display and a 5G-compatible modem on the next iPhone, which will be an important change because the Galaxy S20 series already has these two features.