Apple has finally unveiled its highly anticipated iPhones: the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The new devices packs a few upgrades including 5G connectivity and a new stainless steel, flat design.
The new iPhone 12 Pro line will be available in gold, silver, graphite, and an all-new pacific blue option. Both devices feature the same Super Retina XDR display with the iPhone 12 Pro packing a 6.1-inch screen while the 12 Pro Max ups that to a larger 6.7-inches.
For cameras, the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max both have a 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens, 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens. However, the Pro model has a 52mm telephoto lens as compared to the Max’s 65mm lens (which can zoom up to 2.5 times).
The Pro and Pro Max also pack LiDAR scanners for augmented reality apps. This is also used for auto focus and low-light photography to reduce capture time for both photos and videos. Additionally, it improves depth in Night Mode, allowing for more detail and color within each photo.
Both Pro phones also feature Apple’s latest A14 Bionic chipset which is built on 5 nanometer process technology. According to Apple, its performance is 40 percent faster than last year’s chip.
As with the iPhone 12, the Pro models pack 5G connectivity as well. They also support mmWave, the faster of the 5G frequencies.
This starts at $999 (with a base of 128GB) and the 12 Pro Max at $1,099. You can pre-order the Pro models starting October 16 with full availability October 23.
he high-end 6.1-inch iPhone 12 Pro as well as the 6.7-inch iPhone Pro Max will have a ProMotion display, the report says, whereas the cheaper, 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch models (yes, Apple will likely launch four new iPhones this fall) will still come with a 60Hz display. All of the new iPhones will have an OLED display.
Credits: Mashable Pakistan