The top-end iPhone 12 Pro could support 4K at 120fps and 4K at 240fps video recording modes, claims a new video from Filip Koroy of EverythingApplePro. If accurate, this would be massive step up from the current iPhone 11 Pro, which offers 240fps in 1080p.
Koroy reportedly found evidence of the new high resolution, slow-mo format in the iOS 14 beta code. Whether this is accurate remains to be seen. If it is, it would be far above what is available in other smartphone models right now. It would also make it likely that Apple will sell a shedload of high storage handsets this year — or way more iCloud subscriptions.
The report also mentions that the iPhone 12 Pro could boast a ProMotion 120Hz high-refresh display, citing information from Apple leaker Max Weinbach. Apple introduced the 120Hz ProMotion iPad Pro back in 2017. Like the iPad Pro, which first debuted ProMotion, the iPhone 12 Pro could dynamically switch between 60Hz and 120Hz to save on battery. The regular iPhone 12, meanwhile, may stick with a regular 60Hz display. ProMotion for the iPhone 12 was first rumored at the end of 2019.
You can check out the full video, which also touches on other iPhone 12 rumors, below:
4K 240fps and beyond: iPhone 12 promises to be a game-changer
Apple is expected to release four iPhone models this year. Other new features for the high-end iPhone 12 models are rumored to include a LiDAR sensor. All four handsets will boast OLED displays, a new A-series chip made with the 5nm process, and a boxier iPad Pro-style redesign. The iPhone 12 is also expected to be Apple’s first 5G iPhone, ushering in a new era of super-speedy connectivity.
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