We are still a few months away from Apple iPhone 12 launch but that hasn’t stopped leaksters from leaking new information about the upcoming lineup. Apple will unveil four iPhones this year in September or October which includes two high-end 6.1” and 6.7” and two lower-end 5.4” and 6.1” iPhones. A new report is doing the rounds when it comes to iPhone 2020 cameras.
As per the report by Digitimes, the iPhone 12 series will see a better wide-angle camera. This leak comes from a supply chain which makes it a bit legit than others although there’s no confirmation yet. The iPhone 12 will see better wide-angle lenses thanks to the upgrade from 6P to 7P lens system that all four models will be equipped with.
Furthermore, LG Innotek will produce the cameras for two high-end models and has reportedly predicted production of 35 to 40 million units. On the other hand, both O-film Tech and Sharp will produce almost 50 to 55 million units for the lower-end iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max (or whatever Apple decides to call it).
Apple is expected to roll out iPhone 12 series with different camera systems such as the affordable versions will get a dual-camera setup while high-end models will opt for a 3D triple camera setup with an improved telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom which is greater than the current 2x optical zoom on 2019 iPhones.
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