Leaked Images Show The iPhone 12 Pro With LiDAR sensor, Triple Cameras

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Even as we await the launch of the iPhone 9 – slated to be revealed sometime later this month – leaks and rumors about its cousin, the iPhone 12 Pro, don’t seem to be drying up. New sketches of the device have emerged on the social media platform Twitter, showing off the iPhone 12 Pro, but with the revised camera array on the block.

Among other things, the sketch also shows off the iPhone 12 Pro with a LiDAR sensor at the back of the phone. The image comes courtesy of Concepts iPhone, who claims to have obtained the image from the iOS 14.

The image gives us a clear look at the camera array for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max of the camera; there is a wide-angle lens, an Ultra-Wide angle lens, and a Telephoto lens with an additional LiDAR sensor that was previously seen on the iPad Pro of 2020.

iPhone 12 Pro

Previous Leaks

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Additionally, there have been some other reports that the iPhone 12 lineup, too, which claims to reveal quite a lot about the device. Earlier, it was revealed how Apple is planning to make drastic design changes to the iPhone 12 as it plans to do away with the notch on the upcoming smartphone. This would fall in line with the previous reports that Apple is looking to introduce a refreshed design with its new iPhones. Earlier, there was a rumor that Apple iPhone 9 is likely to launch by last week.

Previously, Apple introduced the notch on the Apple iPhone X and has since used it in two more iPhone generations. While the prediction about Apple doing away with the notch on the iPhone 12 may appear as a logical step, several reports in the past few weeks have also hinted that it may not be for this year.

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Udit Agarwal
Udit Agarwal is a Digital Marketer and a Content Marketing Specialist, He enjoys technical as well as non-technical writing. His passion and urge for gaining new insights on gadgets, smartphones and technology has led him to Techquila. He quenches his thirst for technology through his action oriented writing skills and a profound ability to stay up to date with latest industry trends.

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