Improved Face ID, digital zoom and autonomy: how else the iPhone 12 will differ from the iPhone 11

The other day, an insider under the nickname @Kang revealed detailed characteristics, differences and release dates for the iPhone 12 series, and now Max Weinbach has added his information via Twitter account PineLeaks.

Apple is integrating a dynamic zoning algorithm into new devices, Weinbach said. It will speed up the operation of Face ID sensors for face scanning. The notch, as previously reported, will be reduced only in the younger model of the iPhone 12‌ mini, which is credited with a 5.4-inch OLED display. This will be done by tighter placement of TrueDepth sensors. “Monobrow” will become narrower, but higher.

Weinbach also said that Apple engineers will programmatically improve the digital zoom in the iPhone 12. The top models iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, in turn, will also boast improved optical zoom and macro mode. Naturally, the company’s engineers have worked on the autonomy of new products. In general, it will increase by 1 hour compared to the iPhone 12, however, this does not apply to the iPhone 12 mini. It, according to the source, will live on the smaller iPhone 11 due to its small size.

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