The best feature on iPhone 12 will be the camera

The photographic department of the new iPhone 12 is going to outsmart every single smartphone in the market. Apple will integrate a 64-megapixel photographic sensor and special lenses for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, which will allow you to take great quality pictures.

In the current smartphone market, especially Android, competes with very powerful SoC, a lot of RAM, and an excellent screen, and rarely, some devices offer a better option in the photographic department. Apple knows this, and like always, its iPhones have excellent cameras.

Now here comes the forecast of the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo — the Apple iPhone 12 will have “high-end” lenses — provided by Largan Precision’ will allow you to take very high-quality photos. The bad news, however, is that also because of these lenses, perhaps the iPhone 12 will arrive a little late.

Kuo said that the photographic sensor of the next iPhones would be bigger to capture more light and take better photos, especially in the evening and at night. Taiwan-based manufacturer Largan Precision will begin shipping components to Apple.

Apple usually starts receiving components to integrate into new generation iPhones a little before mid-July, so there is a slight delay, according to Ming-Chi Kuo. Consequently, the mass production of the iPhone 12 will slip by 4-6 weeks.

Apple is expected to launch two high-end 6.7 and 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pros with triple-lens cameras and two low-end 5.4 and 6.1-inch iPhone 12s with dual-lens cameras.

Meet Vishak, TechLog360's Content Editor and tech enthusiast. With a Computer Science degree and a passion for all things tech, Vishak delivers the latest in hardware, apps, and games with expertise. Trusted for his in-depth reviews and industry insights, he's your guide to the digital world. Off-duty, he's exploring photography and virtual gaming landscapes.


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