It is a moment that many enthusiasts of Apple's equipment have been looking forward to: the introduction of the new one iPhone 12. What new functions does the device have? In which areas has the iPhone 12 improved compared to its predecessor from 2019? Can the iPhone 12 compete with the Samsung Galaxy S20? In this article you will find all the ins and outs about this new smartphone. The iPhone 12 isn't the first new product Apple introduced this year. Previously, a new version of the iPad Air and the iWatch were introduced. IOS 14 is also an improvement from 2020, which many enthusiasts have been waiting for.
The iPhone 12 is sold in four models
The new iPhone 12 will be offered by Apple in four variants, namely: the iPhone 12 Mini, the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The difference between these models is partly in their size. The iPhone 12 Mini has become slightly smaller compared to the smallest model from 2019, with its 5.4 inches. If we look at the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro, we see that the format has remained the same. Both models have a size of 6.1 inch. Like the iPhone 12 Mini, the iPhone 12 Pro Max has also changed size. The device has a size of no less than 6.7 inches. Never before has Apple introduced a smartphone of this size.
Camera in the iPhone 12 has been improved
Almost every year, Apple upgrades the camera in its smartphone. The iPhone 12 is also equipped with an improved camera. For example, the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max have a LiDAR sensor. Apple already used this sensor in the latest version of the iPad Pro, but did not use the sensor for a smartphone before. The big advantage of the LiDAR sensor is that using the function to measure objects becomes easier. The results of this function are more accurate.
Faster Bionic A14 chipset
A third improvement over its predecessors is the improved A14 Bionic chipset. As a user, you will not immediately notice major differences. However, as more apps use AR and VR applications, the A14 Bionic chipset will come in handy. The chipset prevents the images of such apps from stuttering or out of focus, whatever the application of augmented reality less useful. Think of an app to test how a certain color looks on the wall in the house. If the image would falter or not be sharp, this function will be of little use. The new chipset will help you avoid this.