While the release date of the upcoming iPhone 12 is still under the hood since the COVID-19 outbreak started, many blogs suggested some significant leaks and rumors about iPhone 12.
As the device rumored to have a compact design and fastest process, it would be the most advanced version of the iPhone series. While we have heard a lot about some iPhone 2020 features, but the recent reports hinted that Apple could improve the iPhone 12’s Augmented Reality capabilities.
We have already seen this LiDAR( short form for Light Detection and Ranging) sensor on the new iPad Pro which was released earlier this month. And now, these new features expected on iPhone 12.
According to 9To5Mac, Apple will add the LiDAR sensors in the iPhone 12 series as the website found the new app called Gobi in the iOS 14 code, which focusses on AR capabilities using LiDAR sensors.
This new technology will help users to help around the world objects by using this new AR app to scan and know more detail about the purposes. Even you can use this feature for a real-world perspective to, for instance, scan the room and automatically design the interior of the room and even let users customize it.
Many other reports are also claiming that Apple is planning to completely refresh the design of the new iPhone this year to make drastic design changes to the iPhone 12 as it plans to do away with the notch on the upcoming smartphone.
According to the latest report from Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s next iPhone 12 could also get support for new camera technology, sensor-shift image stabilization. He also claimed that the device would have the top-end 6.7-inch display with the fresh new image stabilization technology seeing the actual image sensor move slightly compared to previous devices. This new feature will help users to manage movement and vibrations in the same manner to how optical image stabilization allows a camera’s lenses to move.
Last time, Apple added the new notch on the iPhone X and then kept it on its two more iPhone generations. And now many reports are claiming that Apple could change it and may not add the same notch on its next iPhone 12.