Although there is still controversy about whether the iPhone 12 will be unveiled at the Apple new product launch conference on September 16, the news about the new iPhone 12 series has never stopped. Recently, DIGiTimes released the latest report, stating that all iPhone 12 models will be equipped with 7P lens modules.
Compared with the 6P lens group, the 7P lens module has one more lens, which is more conducive to improving the light transmittance and image quality. Although according to the current news, the iPhone 12 series is likely to continue to maintain the 12-megapixel main camera, but it may use a larger sensor to improve image quality. In addition, according to foreign media reports, a 4K 240fps slow motion shooting option has been added to iOS 14 Beta 1. The two Pro versions of iPhone 12 are expected to support this feature.
At the same time, DIGiTimes also revealed that Apple’s 5nm process A14X chip will be mass-produced in the fourth quarter. The 12-inch ARM MacBook and the new iPad Pro are expected to be equipped with this chip.