Apple is reportedly still intending to ship its “dynamic segmentation algorithm” feature, which may allow for faster Face ID. The notch may only be reduced in width on the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 mini due to its smaller size. This can be achieved by arranging the components of the TrueDepth camera system more “tightly”, but at the cost of increasing its height. The alleged photos of the iPhone 12 mini screen It appeared in July, Which appears to show a smaller score.
“Dynamic Segmentation Algorithm” is shipping. However, the redesigned TrueDepth camera system is not. Instead, TrueDepth will ship more ‘tightly’ with a score of 5.4 ‘ Iphone. The slit shrinks horizontally, but increases vertically a little. – Pine (@PineLeaks) October 11, 2020
Weinbach Believes All iPhone 12 models will get significantly improved digital zoom through software improvements, and iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will also benefit from improved optical zoom.
Enhanced digital zoom will be achieved by combining and stitching multiple frames of different zoom levels together – a combination of cropping and optical zoom. Deep Fusion based algorithm will take care of correct alignment and sharpening. Smart HDR 3 does the rest. – Pine (@PineLeaks) October 11, 2020
There may also beKind of a macro camera“The feature and the ultra-wide aperture on the Pro models may also be able to get close to targets, although they are not expected to be major features. The ultra-wide lens is also assumed to have a 35% larger aperture to improve low-light performance.
The new Ultra Wide lens is sure to get a larger aperture, which should significantly improve low-light performance across the board. Once again, pay attention to the 12 Pro Max. – Pine (@PineLeaks) October 11, 2020
Expect at least an hour of battery life to increase for Pro models. As we have seen in internal tests, the 5.4-inch iPhoneات will perform worse than the current iPhone 11, which is expected due to its form factor. – Pine (@PineLeaks) October 11, 2020
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