iPhone 12 Pro Sketch Leaks Shows Triple Cameras and LiDAR Scanner Setup

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There are new leaks and rumored coming up for the yet to be launched iPhone 12 Pro. There are just too many. New Sketches of the iPhone Pro are circulating around on Twitter. The new sketches show a revised triple camera setup.


iPhone 12 Pro Sketch Leak and Triple Camera Setup

Along with the clearly visible triple camera setup, the sketch also shows that iPhone 12 Pro has a LiDAR sensor at the back. The LiDAR sensor is also seen on the 2020 iPad Pro.

Upon looking you will be able to see a triple camera setup. A wide-angle, an Ultra Wide-angle and a Telephoto lens with a LiDAR sensor. This camera module can be part of the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Apple is planning various things and all of the leaks that are coming aren’t quite different from each other. As previous reports and leaks suggested the iPhone 12 lineup will have a LiDAR sensor. This is also confirmed by the new leaks.

If we take all the available data from credible sources then, it is believed that Apple is working on a new reform for the iPhone 12 series. There are some strong design changes planned for the iPhone 12. Apple is planning to get away from their infamous notch design on the front. The removable of the notch is actually a good idea but some reports also claim that it might be for later devices.

On the other hand, people are also waiting for the launch of the iPhone 9 which is expected to launch some later time this month. However, the problem is a worldwide halt of services and productions due to lockdown. So will it is not very clear that companies will be able to launch their devices on scheduled dates. We will have to wait and see what happens.

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