Apple surely wants to get the most out of its upcoming iPhone 12, as the fans always want more from the Cupertino-based giant. iPhone 11 is a great phone, and it meant a tremendous upgrade for iPhone X, but it’s always room for more when it comes to technology.
iPhone 12 arrives in September if the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic or God knows what else won’t delay or cancel the release. A report from popular Chinese site ITHome has revealed the resolutions for Apple’s iPhone 12 displays, and we’re happy to present them for you below:
- iPhone 12 – 5.4-inch, 2340 x 1080 OLED display, 475 pixels per inch
- iPhone 12 Max – 6.1-inch, 2532 x 1170 OLED display, 460 ppi
- iPhone 12 Pro – 6.1-inch, 2532 x 1170 OLED Display, 460 ppi
- iPhone 12 Pro Max – 6.7-inch, 2778 x 1284 OLED Display, 458 ppi
As you can conclude for yourself, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max have far better displays than the iPhone 11, which packs only a 1792 x 828 native resolution.
Besides the generous resolutions, there is also a lot to say about the upcoming iPhone 12 handset. The highlights are easily the A14 Bionic chipset made by Apple and the 5G connectivity. The processor is the successor for the previous best chipset made by Apple: the A13 Bionic.
The Pro Max version will also be equipped with 4K video recording, 6GB of RAM. iPhone 12 will also come in three generous versions of storage: 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
The 5G technology slowly became a new trend among mobile devices in 2020. There’s no wonder why, as the connectivity grants faster and more stable internet than ever before. Live streaming will become a lot more enjoyable, and those annoying moments when a live video gets interrupted will be gone for good.
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