The popularity of the new iPhone SE is a testament to the strong consumer demand for small-screen, low-cost iPhones. But for real powder, the iPhone 12, released this fall, is the right meal. XDA’s Max Weinbach and YouTube’s Everything Apple Pro bring the latest revelations from the iPhone 12 series, with the biggest change smitten being that the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will support up to 120Hz high brushes, as well as Promotion adaptive refresh rate technology, according tomedia.
The technology was first launched by the iPad Pro in 2017, but has not yet been used on the iPhone.
Promotion supports the screen to switch between 60Hz-120Hz based on what is displayed, balancing battery life while gaining a better display experience.
The iPhone 12 series fully supports 5G (the probability is Qualcomm X55 baseband). The addition of 5G and Promotion has allowed the iPhone 12 series to consume more power than ever before.
The latest news is that the iPhone 12 Pro Max will have a maximum quota of 4400mAh capacity than the 3969mAh battery capacity of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which is 10.9% higher than that of the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
According to renowned whistleblower Jon Prosser, the motherboard of the iPhone 12 Pro model will be divided into two parts, and the new layout is optimized to provide the basics for larger batteries.
Apple is widely expected to launch four iPhone 12 series this year, including the 5.4-inch iPhone 12, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Plus, 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The four new machines come standard with the A14 Bionic processor (first TSU 5nm), 15 billion transistors (8.5 billion A13) and 5GSub-6GHz high-frequency millimeter wave as standard. Among them, the Pro version of the model built-in 6GB, the standard version of 4GB of memory.
In photo-taking, Ming-Chi Kuo said earlier this year that the iPhone 12 Pro Max would add a new technology called Sensor-shift image stabilization that would adjust sensors rather than lenses to eliminate “jitter”. In addition, the Pro version will introduce 3D radar sensors.
In terms of design, the iPhone 12’s design is easily reminiscent of the iPhone 5, with the midframe made more three-dimensional by its rounded style. According to Weinbach, the new design performs well in Apple’s internal drop tests.
For those who can’t enjoy the “notch”, the iPhone 12 will also become smaller. Reported that the new Face ID will have a wider field of view, so you can unlock the phone from different angles.