One of the biggest new additions on this year’s models is 5G. The iPhone 12 Pro will support both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G, meaning that both phones should work with all the various types of 5G networks from all three major US carriers. Apple says that it offers “the most 5G bands of any smartphone” promising that it’ll support a wide array of cellular carriers around the world and their various 5G standards.
Also new — and exclusive to the iPhone 12 Pro models — is a LIDAR sensor, which, similar to the iPad Pro, will be used for additional AR effects. Apple also says that the LIDAR scanner will be used to help focus in low-light situation, making autofocus for low-light photography up to six times faster. It also enables Night Mode portrait photography shots.
The new iPhone 12 Pro models also offer “Ceramic Shield” technology, which Apple says offers glass that’s tougher than any other smartphone display, with four times better “drop performance” when it comes to preventing your phone from cracking when dropped.
Like last year’s iPhone 11 Pro models, Apple is once again offering a triple-camera system on both the iPhone 12 Pro, with 12-megapixel wide, telephoto, and ultra-wide camera lenses. The wide camera now offers a faster ƒ/1.6 aperture, which Apple says offers 27 percent improved low-light performance, while the 52mm focal telephoto now offers 4x optical zoom.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max builds out the camera system even further. There’s a new 12MP telephoto with a 65mm focal length, that can optically zoom in up to 2.5 times. There’s a new wide camera with a f/1.6 apeture and a new OIS system. The wide sensor is also 47 percent larger, which combines with the lower aperture for 87 percent better low-light performance.
Apple also teased a new feature it calls “Apple ProRAW” that will be available on the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max later this year. The company says that it’ll offer existing computational photography benefits like its Deep Fusion and Smart HDR along with the flexibility of RAW photos. The format will be available across all four cameras, and will let users adjust things like sharpening, color highlights, and more while still taking advantage of Apple’s existing photography enhancements.
The new iPhone 12 Pro phones will also be able to shoot in HDR video, a first for the product line, including support for shooting directly in Dolby Vision HDR. The iPhone 12 will also be able to edit Dolby Vision HDR video straight from the Photos app.
The iPhone 12 Pro will start at $999, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max will start at $1,099, with 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options. Preorders for the iPhone 12 Pro will start on Friday, October 16th and will ship a week later on October 23rd, while the iPhone 12 Pro Max will see preorders on November 6th and ship on November 13th.
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September 2020 Event
Apple held an event on Tuesday, September 15, unveiling the new Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch SE, iPad Air, and eighth-generation iPad.
The new 2020 iPhone lineup was not unveiled and may instead come at an event set to be held later in the year, perhaps in October.
Fall always brings new iPhones, and this year will be no exception. We're expecting four new iPhone models in 5.4-, 6.1-, and 6.7-inch size options, all of which are rumored to feature OLED displays and 5G connectivity.
The 6.7-inch and one of the 6.1-inch iPhone models will be "Pro" models priced higher than the 5.4-inch model and the other 6.1-inch model, which are expected to be more affordable alternatives akin to the iPhone 11.
Apple in July confirmed that this year's iPhones are going to be a little bit delayed. Rather than launching in September, the new iPhones are expected to become available for purchase a few weeks later in October, and current rumors suggest we'll also have an October iPhone event.