Apple’s new iPhone 12 camera upgrade could introduce Google Pixel 4’s marquee element in an improvised way
Apple iPhone 12 is anticipated to release in October 2020. The smartphone range is enunciated to feature enhanced cameras, design, and performance.
Apple iPhone 12 series is set to be introduced with a great deal of improved features, especially in the camera section. The redesigned camera module will not only allow users to click better pictures but feature an enhanced Face ID performance and allow air gestures along with that.
Apple’s iPhone 12 will have a brand new Time of Flight (ToF) camera sensor to provide the stated all-around improvements, as reported by Patently Apple. In accordance with a patent bagged by Apple, the updated ToF camera will assist in capturing up to 4x the data as compared to the existing and older technologies like 3D scanning.
The redesigned module will assist in providing a faster and more precise Face ID. It could also view applications like enhanced AR experience and higher indoor navigation. The technology may additionally support Apple’s iPhone 12 delivering superior portrait images with an enhanced qualitative blur backdrop or bokeh effect.
“Because of its clarity of depth, it could also enable and usher in what’s known as in-air gesturing for the iPhone and in vehicles in the future,” stated Patently Apple in its report.
That being stated, in-air gestures is not a brand new concept. This technology is already available to Google Pixel 4 users. But the take is that Google may have not been able to carry out the technology properly as numerous users voiced concerns with the gesture controls. Google is stated to have relinquished the feature for its forthcoming flagship smartphone.
Apple’s iPhone 12 series will be unveiled in October 2020. Apple could be first launched in a minimum of four variants of the iPhone 12 comprising a compact 5.4-inch model. The 5G models will also have OLED screens.