Settings screenshot leaks shows the iPhone 12 Pro Max to feature an adaptive 120Hz display, Enhanced Night Mode & more
We have written plenty of iPhone rumour news over the weeks, but not so much about the so-called iPhone 12 Pro Max. In this latest news, leakster @Jon_Prosser from Twitter had shared two alleged screenshots of a settings page which tells us very interesting information about the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
According to the leaks, it seems that the iPhone 12 Pro Max could feature a LiDAR scanner that supports subject detection for both video recording and Night Mode. For your information, the LiDAR scanner is only usually found on the iPad Pro lineup and this rumour has been floating around online. Other interesting toggle options that we can see is the 4K@240FPS Slow Mo, Enhanced Night Mode, Advance Noise Reduction, Bit Depth Video mode, and Zoom Capabilities.
Camera and display settings for current PVT model of 6.7” iPhone 12 Pro Max— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) August 25, 2020
Want video too? pic.twitter.com/fnJk2LELgv
These are the expect color options for the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Which one would you get? pic.twitter.com/b4DhQoMWOB— Apple Hub (@theapplehub) August 25, 2020
Apart from that, there's also a High Refresh Rate option on the display settings. While it's not uncommon for new smartphones to feature a Refresh Rate option, the iPhone 12 Pro Max has an Adaptive Refresh Rate that allows the feature to switch between 120hz and 60hz according to what is shown on the display. Lastly, there's also another information that the device could feature a 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR Display with a 2788 x 1284 resolutions, and a battery capable of reaching up to 20W fast charging (which is pretty fast considering the iOS system).
The iPhone 12 Pro Max is definitely looking up to be a monstrous flagship and could cost a limb with these tech specs and features. Rumours also have it that Apple is planning to reveal the latest iPhone 12 lineup in October as a separated event due to the pandemic. Until then, stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.