A recent post on Twitter by @9techeleven gives an insight on what the iPhone fans can expect from the camera of the next-gen Apple smartphone that would launch later this year. Like the 2020 iPad Pro, the rendered images of the iPhone 12 Pro which are based on a leaked sketch, show a LiDAR scanner on the back of the smartphone. It seems like Twitterati has picked the sketch of the camera setup from some sort of user guide or repair guide.
Like the Apple iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro will also feature a triple rear camera setup. It includes a wide-angle lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a telephoto lens with the addition of a LiDAR scanner from the 2020 iPad Pro. Various reports suggest that the iPhone 12 series will also come featured with a new depth sensor.
The rendered image also shows how the camera bump at the back of the smartphone would appear. Apple is expected to introduce four new iPhones as a part of the iPhone 12 series. It will include a new 5.4-inch iPhone, two 6.1-inch models, and a new 6.7-inch model. All the screens would feature OLED displays and the smartphones will also support 5G connectivity.
Going by the design, the 2020 iPhone 12 lineup is expected to feature a bulky body. The LiDAR scanner on the smartphone will offer similar capabilities as the 2020 model of the iPad Pro, and it will also include augmented reality features. A recent report on the web reveals that Apple is also developing a new augmented reality app for iOS 14.
As the time of the official launch will come near, more leaks and renders for the smartphone would surface on the web, and some of them would be quite close to the production model. Like every year, the flagship iPhone series by the brand will launch in the month of September.