As of September is coming closer, there are rumors and reports have started to come out about the upcoming iPhone 12 series. In the latest report, details about the higher video frame rate recording specs have surfaced online.
The EverythingApplePro latest report claims that the iPhone 12 series will have a few models that will come with support for 4K video recording at 240 frames per second, in an interpolated manner.
This series is a major upgrade over what Apple currently offers on iPhone 11 series. The iPhone 11 Pro has support for 4K video recording at 60fps whereas the iPhone 12 models have support for 4K at 240fps. This a huge step forward in terms of motion smoothness. So far, 240fps recording has mostly been limited to 1080p videos in slow-mo.
An earlier by leakster Max Weinbach has hinted that the beta code of iOS 14 will support for 240fps 4K slow-mo recording. This means that the upcoming Apple A14 chipset, being manufactured using the 5nm process, will be a powerhouse.
The American company will be launching its flagship next-generation iPhone 12 series smartphones this fall and Apple will reportedly launch four variants this time including the iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro Max, and iPhone 12 Max.
Recently, Gizmochina had unreviled that the standard iPhone 12 will feature a 5.4-inch display with support for screen resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. Whereas, the Max variant will launch with a 6.1-inch panel with 2532 x 1170 pixels resolution. The iPhone 12 Pro will also come with a 6.1-inch display but will have 2532 x 1170 pixels screen resolution. Finally, The iPhone 12 Pro Max is going to launch a massive 6.7-inch screen with 2778 x 1284 pixels resolution.
The models with Pro variant will come with 10-bit color depth and will feature a 120Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, all four models will come powered by the Apple A14 chipset which is being manufactured using the 5nm node process. Another major feature that these devices will bring is the support for 5G connectivity.
The company is also expected to launch a couple of 4G-only models as well, with pricing starting at $549.