Apple is rumored that the pipelines with Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) sensors are iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. This new sensor would stand alongside a threefold rear camera configuration, which probably includes a broad angle, ultra-wide angle, and telephoto shooters.
A rough drawing of the back of the iPhone 12 Pro seems to have emerged online. The software version which comes as an update for the current iOS 13 was reportedly created from iOS 14.
The sketch that a ConceptsiPhone user has posted on Instagram is claimed to be from the iPhone 12 Pro. It shows a quadruple rear camera set-up on the iPhone with an LED element in the middle of the four sensors.
iPhone 12 Pro Max Specification
Although three sensors appear on the picture leaked image, the fourth is the LiDAR sensor, recorded by a Twitter user using the pseudo @choco bit user name.
For the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Plus, Apple could use a LiDAR system to have a smoother experience of augmented reality (AR). Close to the way the company aims to pursue new directions for iPad Pro 2020 models, which also bear a LiDAR sensor and two different camera sensors.
To measure the distance from the environment with a laser light, a LiDAC sensor is used. This could aid in developing AR models for new iPhone devices and enabling 3D sensing.
Several sources from before indicated the latest depth sensor for the iPhone 12 Pro model this year. However, Apple will choose to use the latest iPhone models with a LiDAR sensor rather than a conventional depth sensor.
Apple has been speculated to have developed new ARs for locating My & Apple Maps applications. Such new deals potentially would be used in the iOS 14 edition and will be preloaded on iPhone 12 devices.
The company also is rumored to have its AR lenses in the works and will begin sometime in 2022 to extend its AR innovations.
Including the LiDAR sensor, large image sensors for collecting additional light may be used in the iPhone 12 models which provide the sensor change image stabilization.
In September, Apple is normally hosting its latest iPhone launch event. However, the coronavirus epidemic can result in some delay this year. In the meantime, fresh leaks and speculation are likely to say what the next iPhone versions will be.