The iPhone 12, the 3D camera Will Bring?

Joanna Estrada
March 16, 2020

Holding solid need for iPhone 11 along with other versions, Apple tucked a huge over 55 per cent increase in iPhone imports to the India marketplace in January and February this year in comparison to the identical interval in 2019, a new report said on Friday.

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However, keep in mind that Apple may decide not to include the tech in this year's iPhones due to the coronavirus outbreak-induced shortages in the supply chain.

On the other hand, it is also being said that the delay could be long for the iPhone 9 because the company is now expected to launch this phone by June of this year. Now, a new report has emerged which says that Apple might have delayed its iPhone 9 launch as well.

On the surface, a 3D camera system could definitely be used to enhance the iPhone's Portrait Mode, offering better-looking bokeh effects, but this seems like a rather pedestrian use for something that the iPhone 11 is already really good at, thanks to its multi-lens camera system. It is believed that the coronavirus pandemic might be suppressed by this time which means that everything would get back to normal. If so, it is unknown what will happen to Apple's plans for the iPhone 12. Now a new video helps visualize everything we've heard, and it also shows off Apple's new iPhone 12 Pro in the stunning new color that leaked earlier this year. Here is all we know so far. Even the highest-selling iPhone XR is presently being fabricated at Apple provider Foxconn's center in Sriperumbudur, Chennai. The screen size will be 6.7 inches, and the iPhone 12 Pro will have 5.8 inches.

A report on Wednesday by Fast Company adds fuel to the rumor fires of a laser-powered time-of-flight (ToF) 3D rear camera on at least one of Apple's upcoming 2020 iPhone handsets. According to the reports, the company will also be the main supplier for rear-facing 3D technology.

"As an example, Apple iPhone loyalists have adopted the hottest iPhone 11 Guru Max", Ram noted. The new color is supposedly called Midnight Blue, and it is reported to be a deep navy blue that will be available alongside Space Gray, Silver, and Gold.

Now Fast Company has weighed in with even more evidence that the new camera system could be arriving this fall, in what it refers to as a "world facing" 3D camera.

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