Rumors have spread about the new "iPhone 12" phone for months, sparking speculation about upcoming major updates that may worry rival Android phones, especially Samsung.
There are still many unknowns about the new "iPhone 12", the details of which we will discover at the upcoming Apple conference at the end of the month, but reports indicate a major change in the phone's camera, which the company seeks to make it the best camera in the market with a clear difference from the competitors.
A new report from the "Digi Times" website indicated that Apple is focusing its developments on imaging and video in the "iPhone 12", and that competitors will clearly distance themselves from Apple in this technology.
Currently, the iPhone 11 Pro features a 5P lens for the ultra-high-resolution camera, and a 6P lens for both telephoto and wide-angle cameras.
The most premium smartphones on the market contain five (5P) or six (6P) optical elements, which combine to correct chromatic aberration, distortion, and other optical vibrations.
Switching to the 7P lens unit will represent seven elements, and while the additional elements alone do not guarantee better image quality, they represent a quantum leap in the image, using the appropriate software.
It is also said that the "iPhone 12" contains 12-megapixel camera sensors, like the iPhone 11, but with larger sensors to help with images captured in low-light situations, in addition to autofocus.
According to the site, if the new 7P lens is an additional bonus provided by Apple to users, also expect other big changes in other phone technology, to clearly outperform the competitors.