December 1, 2022

The 2019 iPhone is not even officially, but this does not prevent analysts from talking about the next year’s queue. Among them, Ming-Chi Kuo, who believes that some models of 2020 will present a new rear sensor in the back for example Apple’s iPhone 12 2020.

Time-of-Flight cameras to improve AR perception

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In a recent investor note, a well-known analyst said that Apple plans to add rear flight time sensors to next year’s iPhone models. But unlike 5G, which will reportedly be available on all three devices, the new 3D-touch system is expected to appear only on the company’s most premium offers – iPhone 12 2020 and iPhone 12 Max 2020.

According to previous Bloomberg rumors, Apple will use VCSEL (vertical cavity surface laser) in its iPhone 2020 lineup. of the year. They are similar to the TrueDepth camera system found in today’s iPhones, but in the end, they can display much larger areas. For comparison, the Face ID currently operates at distances from 25 to 50 centimeters, while the Time-of-Flight rear cameras, expected on next year’s devices, should be able to scan objects that are 15 feet apart (4, 6 meters).

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Buyers of the flagship iPhone 2020 models should immediately notice the improvement in portrait photos, as the added depth data should help make Apple’s blurring background more accurate as well as more natural. However, the greatest benefit is expected in the form of the “revolutionary experience of AR”.

Apple’s iPhone 12 2020 will come with Time-of-Flight rear cameras

Details of this have not yet been reported, but the giant Cupertino is expected to focus on augmented reality next year. The company has already begun to promote AR content, but ultimately it should reach a new level with the iPhone 12 2020. This, in turn, is likely to help push Apple AR glasses, which can be announced at the end of this year or in the first half of 2020.

Completion of the iPhone 12 line is likely to be the Aion Bionic A14 chip, which should be built on a newer 5-nanometer manufacturing process. This should lead to a marked increase in efficiency and a significant improvement in performance. Along with the chip, there must be new Qualcomm modems that will replace current Intel equivalents and will support the mmWave and sub-6GHz bands for 5G networks.

One last note: next year, the iPhone series will replace the Lightning connector with a USB-C port. Rumor has it that the switch has been around for many years, and Apple reportedly created prototypes of the iPhone 11 with a connector.

Apple’s iPhone 12 2020 will come with Time-of-Flight rear cameras

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