9 Things About The Upcoming iPhone 12 You Should Know
Somehow, it’s already October and we’re edging ever closer to 2021. And we have once again reached that time of the year when Apple is about to announce their new iPhone. Here are 9 things we’ve learnt about the upcoming iPhone 12, from combing the internet.
Faster Face ID: With Apple’s new “dynamic zoning algorithm”, iPhone users can expect faster face ID. No more staring contests with your iPhone!
Obviously, this will be Apple’s first 5G phone.
But did you know that Apple new iPhones will incorporate a “Smart Data Mode” to switch between 4G and 5G? This will also help to save on battery life.
Speaking of battery life…
The iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max will have better battery life than the old iPhones but the iPhone 12 mini’s battery life will be a downgrade from the iPhone 11, due to its size.
People that love using their iPhone cameras, take note!
A macro function may be coming on the Pro models, so you’ll be able to zoom in further into your subject. Whether this subject is going to be the texture of your newest pastry-based obsession or an adorable little critter you just came across… You decide!
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Also, low-light performance is said to have increased, due to the larger aperture. Yay!
On-the-go videographers will love being able to shoot in 4K at 120 or 240 frames per second with the new iPhone 12 models.
In terms of storage capacity, iPhone users will have a choice between 64, 128 and 258GB with the non-Pro models. For the Pro models, users can enjoy storage capacities of 128, 256 and 512GB. Wow.
Finally, when it comes to Apple, all the specifications and the design always looks good. But Apple’s prices often lead even their fans to say, “Ouch.”
Suggested retail prices for for the iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max start from $946.58, $1082, $1352.84 and $1488.45 respectively.
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To sum it all up, it’s better than your current iPhone. But do you need to update? What do you think? Hmm. We’ll leave that decision to you.